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40 Midwest biotech organizations to explore Japanese partnerships

MADISON, Wis. Midwest biotech businesses will soon have a chance to network internationally as part of a trade mission to Japan.

The Japan External Trade Organization, or JETRO, will take 40 representatives from Midwest colleges and corporations to Japan this September 25 through October 1. They will attend biotechnology conferences, visit research centers a......

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We're hoping we'll build relations with companies, establish collaboration, and discover new areas of research that we can work on together.

The WARF delegation will also represent the Wisconsin Biotechnology and Medical Device Association, according to James Le......

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Clinical Research Consultants, Inc., Cincinnati
Global Healthpath LLC, Dublin
Lerner Research Institute, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland
Squire, Sanders & Dempsey. L.L.P., Columbus
Patheon Pharmaceuticals Services Inc., Cincinnati
The mission will begin with the JETRO Biolink Forum 2004 in Tokyo, a day of speeches and networking ......

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Healthy representation from across the country

According to JETRO Chicago project manager David Peterson, the attendance of 120 organizations and universities on the mission makes this the largest-ever biotechnology mission to Japan. The split in attendees 40 from the East ......

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