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Attn Bostonians and those interested in cities  Preview
25 April 07 from Neil 1
WGBH had a program tonight, as part of this year's first (hopefully) annual Science Festival week, on "the implications of the life-science cluster on our economy, universities, schools and communities. Can the growth continue in an area plagued by a declining labor force and extremely high real estate prices? And if being a "Science City" is a priority, what must we do to remain competitive?"  

The station is encouraging citizen and scientist commentators to post their thoughts at the blog sciencecitysummit.org , which I think would be enlivened by the thoughts of vFers, whether or not you live here now.
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