With one of America's highest concentrations of scientists and engineers, Connecticut has become a center for forward-edge work in medicine. Strong R&D partnerships with our universities are helping speed the progress to new cures and advanced treatment protocols.
- Connecticut is 6th in the nation for technology and science capacity. (Milken Institute, 2016 State Tech and Science Index)
- Connecticut ranks 4th in the nation for bioscience patents per 1,000 people. (Batelle/BIO State Bioscience Jobs, Investments and Innovation, 2014)
- Connecticut’s biopharmaceutical sector generated $8.2 billion in economic output in 2014. (PhRMA, May 2016)
- Connecticut’s bioscience sector currently employs over 24,000 workers. (Batelle/BIO State Bioscience Jobs, Investments and Innovation 2014)
- 06/20/2017 Jackson Lab Hires More Scientists, Nearing Goal of 300 Employees
- 05/24/2017 The Jackson Laboratory Attracts Top Scientists from Around the Word to Fast-Growing Farmington Research Campus
- 12/05/2016 CT's '7 Sisters' Launched State's Bioscience Golden Age
- 09/01/2016 The Jackson Laboratory blossoms in CT’s Biotech industry
- 07/04/2016 Latest Incubator Creates CT’s ‘Bioscience Triangle’
- 04/04/2016 Amid Budget Headwinds, CT's Bioscience Gains Solidify
- 02/29/2016 Alexion Opens New Headquarters In New Haven
- Alexion Pharmaceuticals
- Boehringer Ingelheim
- Covidien Ltd.
- Jackson Laboratory