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Future of the Euroscientist

Labour mobility within the pharmaceutical and biotech sectors in Europe is becoming a crucial issue to both employers and employees.

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  1. Biotechnology's Economic impact in Europe (Ernst & Young/SAGB, 1994).

  2. Pay and Benefits for Staff in Europe (Collingham, D. P. & Grindley, J. Genetic Engineering News, 14; April 1994).

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  1. Chairman and Managing Partner of Ruston Poole International, founder member of Global Partners, a worldwide executive search network specialising in healthcare and biosciences. Ruston Poole International is based at 11/12 Buckingham Gate, London SW1E 6LB.

    • David Collingham
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Collingham, D. Future of the Euroscientist. Nature 371, 724 (1994). https://doi.org/10.1038/371724a0

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