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Building a better healthcare cluster

Science and technology have always been a powerful dynamic in regeneration, and the fourth industrial revolution has many parallels with the first in the way that it continues to shape our thinking about towns, cities and places. Neil Murray of Impact Data Metrics discusses why science and technology are more or less unchallenged at the vanguard of how economists think the country should approach the future, and how in the UK this means a vision of creating a highly-skilled, high-value economy, with life sciences to the fore.

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