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texas biotechnologyand life sciences

why texas?2019 Best State forBusiness for the15th YearThe Texas AdvantageChief Executive MagazineAs the 10th largest economy in the world, Texas is an economic powerhouse that continues to lead the nation in jobcreation and innovation. Texas’ unparalleled combinationof business advantages include a business-friendly environment, world-class infrastructure, a highly-skilled anddiverse workforce, lower operating costs for businesses,overall economic strength and a high-quality of life.2019 Governor’s CupWinner for the 8thStraight YearHome to nearly 50 Fortune 500 companies, Texas has thesecond largest civilian workforce in America with morethan 14 million industrious people. in fact, Texas has ledthe nation in population growth for more than a decade.And with no personal or corporate income tax, Texas hasone of the lowest tax burdens in the country.The Lone Star State has led the nation in exports for thepast 18 consecutive years, and led in high-tech exports forthe past 7 years. Texas’ strategic location in the center ofthe country, and an abundance of available resources andaffordable real estate, serve as a major draw for companieslooking to relocate or expand. Texas is truly the best statefor business.Site Selection Magazine2019 Best State toStart a BusinessWalletHub2019 State ofthe YearBusiness Facilities Magazine2019 Gold ShovelAward WinnerArea Development Magazine1#Texas is the 10th largesteconomy in the world based onGDP, ahead of Australia, Mexico,Spain, South Korea and Russia.Texas is the nation’s topexporter for the 18th consecutiveyear with exports valued at 331 billion.14 millionTexas ranks #1 in the nationfor foreign trade zone activity(imports and exports).Texas has the second largestcivilian workforce in America—14 million industrious Texans.JobscreatorTexas is the nation’s leader injob creation, adding 342,800jobs in 2019.TAXNo personal or corporateincome taxes.

LIfe science in TExasTexas is home to more than 5,400 lifescience R&D and manufacturing firms,with more than 106,000 workersemployed in related fields.Texas: Global Life Science Powerhouseeverything is bigger in TexasHome to more than 5,400 life science and research firms,and more than 106,000 workers in related fields, Texas isone of the leading life science states in the country.The Texas Medical Center (TMC) is the world’s largestmedical complex, and is also home to one of the nation’s best children’s hospitals—the Texas Children’sHospital—and the world’s largest cancer hospital—MDAnderson Cancer Center.Top Fortune 500 companies such as Kimberly-Clark,Celanase and McKesson are based in Texas, while topglobal industry leaders such as Galderma, Novartis,Abbott, Allergan, Lonza, Johnson & Johnson andMedtronic, among others, have major operations in thestate.Texas’ highly trained workforce, top-tier research institutions and business-friendly climate strengthens the state’sstatus as a global life science industry leader.#1TMC has been at the forefront of advancing life sciencesthrough pioneering patient care, research, educationand prevention. Other major institutions include BaylorCollege of Medicine, Houston Methodist Hospital,St. Luke’s Health, Memorial Hermann-Texas MedicalCenter, The Texas Heart Institute and the University ofTexas Health Sciences Center, just to name a few. Also,more heart surgeries are performed in the TMC thananywhere else on the globe.#14World’s LargestMedical CenterLargest ChemicalEngineering WorkforceNCI-DesignatedCancer Centers7 5.6B27,495Medical Research Schoolsin Nation’s Top 100Annual Research andDevelopment ExpendituresClinical Trials Underway(2nd nationally)

Top Life Science Companies in TexasSelect firms with corporate management, research or manufacturing facilities in the stateLubbockFort WorthEl PasoSan AngeloMAPDallasWacoAustinHoustonSan AntonioTop Texas-Based Biotechnology Firms(by Global Revenues)Health careHQ: Irving Sales: 208.4 billionRespiratory healthcare productsHQ: Irving Sales: 18.5 billionEVA polymer-based medicalcare productsHQ: Irving Sales: 7.2 billionMedical device technologiesHQ: Plano Sales: 1.2 billion

Biotechnology in TExasIn 2018, Texas ranked #1 nationally forChemical Engineers, Ophthalmic MedicalTechnicians, Veterinary Technologists &Technicians and Animal Scientists.Biotechnology in TexasHome to more than 1,200 biotechnology-related manufacturing and R&Dfirms, Texas is a national leader inthe industry. Dozens of global biotechcompanies, such as Novartis, Abbott,Celanese, Kimberly-Clark and Medtronic,have major operations in the state.More than 64,000 workers are employedin biotech-related sectors in Texas, withan average annual salary of almost 84,000.In 2018, the most current data available,Texas ranked #1 nationally for ChemicalEngineers, employing 7,870 people, and#2 for Clinical Laboratory Technologistsand Technicians, accounting for 26,350jobs in Texas.Texas’ concentration of highly trainedbiotech workers, multiple top-tier research institutions and a competitive,business-friendly climate strengthens thestate’s status as a biotechnology leader.Biotechnology Employment in Texas, Q2 2019Sector (NAICS Code)EmploymentFirmsMedical and diagnostics lab (6215)24,4451,556Testing laboratories (54138)20,294985Physical, engineering & biological research(54171)19,5501,450Medical equipment & suppliesmanufacturing (3391)13,442781Pharmaceutical & medicine manufacturing(3254)13,102260Other basic organic chemicalmanufacturing (32519)8,128411Agricultural chemical manufacturing (3253)2,842177Electro-medical apparatus manufacturing(334510)2,54093Analytical laboratory instrument mfg.(334516)1,67444106,0175,430Total

Animal & Agricultural BiotechTexas has been at the forefront of animal and agricultural research for over100 years. As the nation’s leading producer of cattle and cotton, and the #3overall producer of agricultural products in the U.S., Texas is the naturalchoice for agricultural biotechnology. The state is also home to establishedagricultural feedstock and chemicals manufacturing industries concentrated in the Texas Panhandle and Gulf Coast regions.The Lone Star State is home to world-class agricultural education andresearch facilities, particularly through the Texas A&M and TexasTech University Systems—and Texas ranked #2 nationally in 2018 forAgricultural Sciences Doctorates by the National Science Foundation.Agribusiness Industry Leaders Continue to Invest in TexasCotton research & DevelopmentBecause Texas is the nation’s largest producer of cotton, the state is anoptimal location for the R&D operations of Fortune 500 firm, Bayer. Since1998, the German conglomerate has operated its Bayer CropSciencedivision’s global cotton headquarters in Lubbock.In September 2014, Bayer CropScience announced plans to invest approximately 90 million into its Cotton Research & Development Laboratoryin Lubbock as part of a 1 billion nationwide R&D ramp up.Bayer has facilities in and around the Lubbock region, including a stateof-the-art R&D lab, two breeding stations, a seed processing plant, seedwarehousing facility, quality assurance lab, and it supports two of itsglobal cotton seed brands, Stoneville and FiberMax. The company also operates a production site for Bayer Advanced and Environmental Scienceproducts in Pasadena, outside of Houston.In 2010, Monsanto (now a subsidiary of Bayer) opened a 10.5 millionTexas Cotton Breeding and Technology Center in Lubbock. The “researchmegasite” exemplifies its commitment to the Texas cotton industry and todeveloping cotton varieties adapted to the region.Both Monsanto and Bayer CropScience have developed cotton R&Dpartnerships with Texas universities, including two of the state’s leadingresearch institutions, Texas Tech University and Texas A&M University.Texas’ Leading AgricultureBiotech Research CentersTexas A&M, Dept. of Soil & CropSciences: The department is one ofthe largest such facilities in the worldwith a global reputation. It developstechnologies to sustain environmentally and economically soundproduction systems and promotes thewise use and management of soil,plant and water resources.Texas A&M AgriLife Research:The department serves as the state’spremiere R&D agency in agriculture,natural resources and life scienceswith 13 statewide regional centersand more than 500 agriculture,natural resources, and life scienceprojects each year.Texas Tech University, Animal& Food Sciences Dept., BurnettCenter for Beef Cattle Research:The Center’s scientists are leaders inthe study of beef cattle feeding andmanagement.Texas A&M, College of VeterinaryMedicine & Biomedical Sciences:The sole veterinary college in Texasfocuses its disciplines in areas suchas infectious diseases, toxicology andenvironmental health science, cardiovascular sciences, neurosciences andreproductive biology.Texas’ Top Rankings for Biotechnology Workersin the U.S. (2018)#1Chemical Engineers#2Medical & Clinical Lab Technologists#1Ophthalmic Medical Technicians#2Pharmacy Technicians#1Veterinary Technologists & Technicians#4Environmental Scientists & Specialists#1Animal Scientists#5Soil & Plant Scientists

MEDICAL DevicesMore than 780 firms employ approximately13,442 highly skilled workers in the medicaldevice sector, and Texas the #3 state inthe nation for medical device firms.Many of the biggest players in the medical equipmentand supplies industry have corporate facilities inTexas. More than a dozen Fortune 1000 medical devicegiants have manufacturing or management operationsin the state, including Abbott Laboratories, AgilentTechnologies, Baxter International, Becton Dickinson,CareFusion, GE, Johnson & Johnson, Stryker, ThermoFisher Scientific and Zimmer.These companies, and many others, have developed arobust medical equipment and supplies workforce inthe state. More than 780 firms employ approximately13,442 highly skilled workers in this sector, makingTexas one of the top 10 states in the nation for its medicaldevice labor force.A wide range of medical products are developed andproduced in Texas, from surgical sutures and bandages, tomolecular biology kits and medication delivery systems.While a broad spectrum of medical specializations areserved by Texas device companies, the state has developedseveral unique clusters, including ophthalmology, orthopedics, cardiology, diagnostics and wound care.Top 10 Medical Device & Equipment Companies with Texas OperationsBy Parent Company Global RevenuesCompany NamePrimary LocationsSpecializationGE Medical Systems (General Electric)El PasoCardiology productsHitachi High Technologies AmericaDallasLab instrumentsEthicon (Johnson & Johnson)San AngeloSurgical suppliesAlcon Research (Novartis)HoustonOphthalmic productsFlextronicsIrving, PlanoContract design & manufacturingAbbott espiratory (disposables)MedtronicFort Worth, San AntonioSurgical devices & diabetes managementThermo Fisher ScientificAustinDiagnostics

PharmaceuticalsTexas ranks #3 nationally for numberfor clinical trials, with approximately27,495 studies underway.PHARMACEUTICAL SA growing number of global pharmaceutical companieshave established research and production facilities inTexas, including Ireland-based Allergan, UK-basedMylan and Switzerland’s Lonza.Additionally, Texas has fostered the growth of pharmaceutical successes and ophthalmic leader, AlconLaboratories (now part of global pharma giant Novartis)and wound care innovator, Smith & Nephew, which bothhave operations in Fort Worth.These companies, and many others, have developed asubstantial pharmaceutical manufacturing workforcein the Lone Star State. Approximately 260 firms nowemploy more than 13,100 workers in the sector, makingTexas one of the top states in the nation for number ofpharmaceutical manufacturing workers.Texas is also a leading pharmaceutical research state.Texas ranks #2 nationally for number for clinical trials,as of 2019, with approximately 27,495 studies underway,according to the National Institute of Health.Texas-Made PharmaceuticalProducts-Freelens careSystane BalanceLubricant Eye DropsRefresh eye care productsBenzac Acne Solu on andCetaphil skin care productsSundown and Disneygummy vitamins15A wide variety of consumable pharmaceuticals and pharmaceutical productsare manufactured in Texas, includingleading products ranging from Alcon’seye care products to Omega Protein’snutritional products.

Biomedical Research & DevelopmentTexas higher education institutionsspend 3.2 billion on medical andlife science R&D.Research & DevelopmentResearch and development (R&D) is the lifeblood of thebiotechnology industry. The state’s leading companies,medical centers and institutes of higher learning continueto churn out innovations that keep Texas on the cuttingedge of discovery.Texas is home to top-ranked biotechnology and medicalresearch institutions, federally designated centers, innovative research collaborations and some of the world’slargest medical complexes.In Texas, the R&D pipeline is supplied in part by thestate’s vast network of public universities and health-related institutions, which invest heavily in R&D andintellectual property generation. In 2018 alone, Texaspublic institutions of higher education spent nearly 3.2billion on medical and life sciences research, accountingfor more than 61% of all higher education R&D expenditures in the state.Public investment in biotechnology and research iscomplemented by the state’s substantial cluster of privatesector R&D activity. In fact, nearly 1,000 testing laboratory firms employ more than 20,200 workers in thestate. Many of the world’s largest private biotech R&Dfirms have operations in Texas, including PPD, Covance,Quintiles and INC Research.In addition to R&D facilities, Texas has more than 1,000medical and diagnostic lab firms, which employ morethan 22,800 workers in Texas. Major lab firms in the stateinclude LabCorp’s Esoterix subsidiary, Spanish biol