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Life Sciences

Overview

By leveraging our world-class universities and research partnerships, sound fiscal policy and a pro-business environment, Indiana delivers the resources and the people that life science companies need to compete for and win new opportunities for jobs and investment in the global marketplace. 

Indiana is home to 1,689 life sciences companies employing 55,000 Hoosiers, and is the 2nd in the nation for worldwide exports totaling $8.2 billion which makes a $78 billion economic impact.


Facts

  • Indiana ranks as one of the top five states for the number of companies, concentration of companies, and total number of life sciences industry jobs; Indiana also has the second highest national concentration of biopharmaceutical jobs.
  • Indiana is one of only two states with specialized employment concentration in four of the five major subsectors: agricultural feedstock and chemicals; drugs and pharmaceuticals; medical devices and equipment; and bioscience-related distribution.
  • Warsaw, Indiana, is known as “The Orthopedics Capital of the World.”

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