■ Ipsen, a French company, recently opened a $45 million campus in Milford.
■ Organogenesis moved its research-and-development headquarters into a $65 million facility in Canton this spring.
■ Batavia Bioservices, a Dutch company, opened a small lab in Woburn.
Overall, the Bay State has added 3,521 new biotech research jobs since 2007, according to the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council. Only California came close, with 3,458 new jobs.
Job openings have also rebounded, nearly doubling since 2009 to 6,223 last year, according to the biotech council.
Middlesex County, in turn, saw overall life-sciences employment jump nearly 10 percent since 2007, the council found in a report released last year, according to Peter Abair, head of economic development for the Cambridge-based group. That includes manufacturing, sales and marketing, and management.
“The places where the industry has weathered the storms of the economic downturn the best are places where the industry has had the greatest concentration, the Cambridge core and places like Lexington and Waltham,” Abair said.
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