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May 11th, 2006

Waterloo makes its presence known at Bio2006

Abstract:
"Globally recognized industries located in Waterloo Region are seeing high technology converge with life science and research and development," says John Tennant, CEO of Canada's Technology Triangle Inc. "The emergence of innovative technologies includes diagnostics, informatics, e-health solutions, medical devices, biotech, nanotechnology and agri-foods is exciting."

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