McKinsey Exec On Technology Trends Reshaping Future Factories
McKinsey senior partner Joseph Hughes outlines the shape of things to come as new technologies transform life sciences manufacturing, while new modalities around cell-, gene- and RNA-based therapeutics could have “profound implications” on global operations networks.
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