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1 OHSU researchers make medicine from mollusks
2 Powerlist: foundations
3 The power of community giving
4 Surge in small business financing
5 Public private partnership answer to coastal traffic congestion
6 What I'm reading: David Kenney
7 What I'm reading: Cindy Cooper
8 What I'm reading: Beth Dehamel
9 What I'm reading: Raghu Raghavan
10 The STEM shortage
11 What is driving the cost of health care?
12 Farm futures: private equity goes organic
13 Combined Transport keeps on trucking
14 Betting on biotech
15 Will this startup succeed?
16 Public transit by the numbers
17 Celly launches its DIY network
18 Food cart owner Nong balances life, work and play
19 Reader input: digital world
20 From the Editor: The great divide
 

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