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Co-working spaces in which many entrepreneurs share a common environment have been a hallmark of the computer startup industry for decades. Now, the life sciences sector is beginning to do the same. Elie Dolgin talks with the pioneers helping to bring affordable wet-lab space—plus the infrastructure and support needed to launch a successful commercial enterprise—to the next generation of biotech innovators.

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Dolgin, E. Thanks for sharing. Nat Med 19, 1556–1558 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1038/nm1213-1556

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