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He called a uncommon special session of the Legislature to approve the state’s share of the Scripps package - $310 million plus curiosity over 10 years - and won easy approval from the county authorities to spend more than $200 million. Scripps accounts for many of those jobs, with a head rely of 646 people in Florida. The data do present a doubling within the variety of biotech institutions. Florida employed 27,611 individuals in biotech last yr, in keeping with the state’s Department of Economic Opportunity, or just 952 more individuals than it did in 2007, the final 12 months for which the state has comparable information. Twelve years later, those dreams haven't come true. To make his case, he circulated a five-web page financial affect study that mentioned Florida may construct a biotech economy each bit as spectacular as the one that took decades to germinate in San Diego, solely quicker and bigger, with potential so as to add greater than 40,000 jobs inside 15 years of operation.
I'm not sure I agree completely with that perspective, but I like his essay quite a bit. Some other themes he touches on: (a) pattern bias; individuals are typically solely aware of the lives and careers of exceptionally profitable scientists: Briefly, some younger people suppose that science is an efficient profession for a similar motive that they assume being a musician or actor is a good career: "I can not resolve if I want to be a scientist like James Watson, a musician like Britney Spears, or an actor like Harrison Ford.", and (b) international immigration as a supply of scientific talent: Science may be considered one of the bottom paid fields for high IQ folks in the U.S., but it pays rather a lot higher than most jobs in China or India. By the way, I met Philip a few years in the past by way of a typical pal who's a scientist at Harvard, at one of the various parties she hosted.