Denmark and Canada enter biotech research collaboration  

2002.12.24
The Prime Ministers of Denmark and Canada have approved a biotechnology research agreement between the two countries
The Prime Ministers of Denmark and Canada have approved a biotechnology research agreement between the two countries. The agreement runs initially until 2005 and includes both the exchange of researchers and business/investment delegations. Scientifically the agreement covers gene and protein mapping, the use of IT in biotech research and bioinformatics – all areas where Denmark offers cutting edge competencies. Other subjects involved are benchmarking, scientific strategies and programme development. The news is reported by Biotechdenmark.dk

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