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The Olympics: A Biotech Perspective

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The normal June scheduling for BIO 2006 in Chicago has been shifted to April so it won't interfere with some major medical congresses (such as ASCO). This isn't great news as Chicago is often prone to snow in April (whereas June is a month in which Chicago flourishes).

Nevertheless, this will have an impact on some of the planned activities (yo......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Michael Rosen 09/01/04


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