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September 17th, 2006

St. John's joins JVIC to pursue biomed research

JVIC will house private nanotechnology companies that will develop new products in conjunction with the university.

CASE, along with the Center for Biomedical and Life Sciences, will be in JVIC and focus on applied research in biomaterials, nanotechnologies, advanced technologies, bio-systems software engineering and bio-medical instrument development.


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