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apacity with 24 students. It's catching on with students and businesses and is making a name for itself among masters programs around the world. This year's graduates traveled to Puerto Rico to study pharmaceutical development. Last year's graduates studied genetically modified banana trees and other realities of biotech in Uganda.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Emily Laughnan 05/11/05


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