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January 13th, 2007
First bioscience conference gives researchers chance to connect
Scientists from different areas and disciplines — space biology to nanotechnology — gathered Friday at the Florida's Research Coast Collaborative Bioscience Conference to get to know one another.
The conference at Indian River Community College's Kight Center for Emerging Technologies at Indian River Community College attracted 75 scientists, biomedical industry leaders and economic development officials from across the state, and even a few from out of state to discuss potentials for collaboration.
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