VILNIUS - Companies in Germany and the United States have routinely poached good scientists from the Baltics, luring them away with exciting projects and bigger pay packets.Now, Baltic biotechnology companies are struggling to reach the critical mass necessary for conducting meaningful research.Jurij Svonaks, chairman of the Latvian Biotechnology Association, said that the small average size of Latvian biotech companies is a huge stumbling block for progress in the nation that was once the leading biotechnology country in the Soviet Union. "In the small corporations, it is not possi...
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