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Genopole(R) to Accompany 7 Companies and a Research lab to BIO Atlanta
Date:4/23/2009

will take place on Monday May 18th, from 2:00 pm onwards. The seminar will give over 100 company managers, researchers and academics from across the world an opportunity to identify and initiate R&D collaborations with French partners. This interfacing event is been organized by France's 8 healthcare/biotech clusters (including Medicen from the Paris Region) and is led by Lyonbiopole, in collaboration with the UbiFrance international trade agency and with funding from the French Ministry of Industry.

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