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The World Economic Forum Announces Technology Pioneers 2008
Date:11/29/2007

LAUSANNE, Switzerland, November 29 /PRNewswire/ --

- The Swiss Anecova Selected

The World Economic Forum has announced today the 39 visionary companies selected as Technology Pioneers 2008. Based in Lausanne, the Swiss company Anecova is one of them. The Technology Pioneers 2008 were nominated by the world's leading technology experts, including venture capitalists, technology companies, academics and media. The final selection from 273 nominees was made by a panel of leading technology experts appointed by the World Economic Forum. Anecova and mondoBiotech are the first Swiss biotech companies selected as Technology Pioneers. These Technology Pioneers 2008 are invited to participate in the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2008 that will be held in Davos, Switzerland, on 23-27 January and in the Annual Meeting of the New Champions that will be held in Tianjin, People's Republic of China on 25-27 September 2008.

Anecova (http://www.anecova.com) is a leading life science company focused on the development and commercialization of innovative technologies in the field of medically assisted procreation. Anecova's aim is to improve results and the overall quality of care thanks to more physiological and natural processes. The first Anecova product restores the fertilization and early embryonic development phases back into the physiologic environment of the maternal uterus instead of in a laboratory incubator. This allows the development of the embryos to take place in close communication and exchange with maternal factors from the very start of life.

The preliminary results already obtained have been very encouraging. Anecova is currently undertaking clinical evaluation programs in close collaboration with international experts in the field, pursuing its quest for medical solutions of the highest quality for patients worldwide.

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