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Minnesota Toots Its Own Life Science Horn
After Slow Start, Region Catches on to Biotechnology
- Ever since electrical engineer Earl Bakken invented the first implantable pacemaker and founded Medtronic in the 1950s, Minnesota has been a leader in the medical device industry. In addition to Medtronic, Guidant, St. Jude Medical, and Boston Scientific head the device sector, which includes 520 FDA-approved medical device businesses. ...
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