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November 27th, 2006

Monster and BioValley.ch unite

Abstract:
"In the greater Basel area alone, approximately 200 start-up companies have been established, many of them as spin-offs from the pharmaceutical industry, or from academic research institutions such as the Biocenter http://www.biozentrum.unibas.ch/ of the University of Basel http://www.unibas.ch, the Friedrich Miescher Institute (FMI) http://www.fmi.ch/ and the National Center of Competence in Research for Nanotechnology (NCCR) http://www.nanovip.com/directory/Detailed/1365.php," highlighted Peter Raeber, who is a Business Development Manager for BaselArea http://www.baselarea.org/intro.html. "This trend is increasing and will create new business opportunities, especially for venture capitalists."

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