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Oberon FMR Wins Top Prize at BioWest 2008 Venture Showcase Competition
Date:12/9/2008

he Colorado BioScience Association (CBSA). 2008 was the fourth consecutive year of the Venture Showcase competition. Together, the Conference and Showcase are part of an overall effort to grow Colorado's workforce in the bioscience and medical device industries and to persuade investors that Colorado bioscience companies represent solid investment opportunities.

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