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eMetagens infectious disease technology licensed by WARF

MADISON - eMetagen announced Monday it has completed a license agreement with the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation to commercialize technology developed by Robert Goodman and collaborators at the University of Wisconsin-Madison over the past nine years.

Founded by Goodman, a UW profes......

Full article >>> 8,520 STTR Grant from the National Institutes of Health in March. The grant will fund research to find novel anti-bioweapon compounds in eMetagens natural product libraries. The company will begin operations at the McAllen T.E.C. Incubator on May 15th, 2004.

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