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Apr 07, 2011

Using Social Media in Biotech

Social media has emerged as an important source of communication across all levels of society as well as in scientific and business communities. An increasing number of life science professionals are embraching the various forms of social media (e.g., Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn) for a variety of purposes. We’d like to know if you are also jumping on the social media bandwagon.

How much do you use social media for your biotech research or business activities?

Significantly
 
  17.3%
Moderately
 
  27.6%
Still Dabbling
 
  30.8%
No Interest
 
  24.3%

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