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Exclusive Interview With Dick Leazer: Renaissance Man

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WTN: Why does WIP focus on life science?

DL:. I spent most of my career in the health-care industry in pharmaceuticals and medical devices, and Terry was more in biotech. So, it's a reflection of our backgrounds, and its a reflection of the science on the campus. We go over into the engineer......

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Source:wistechnology.com By John D. Grant 02/06/03


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