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April 11th, 2007

Biotechnology blog a world first for Business Weekly

Abstract:
Business Weekly is the first newspaper anywhere in the world to publish a blog of this nature: giving a unique, fly-on-the-wall view of the real-world issues facing a biotechnology start-up. SimuGen founder and business development director, Matthijs van Leuwen, will be charting the progress of the company over the next year, as it enters a critical stage in its development; as well as setting out his own opinions on how best to build a business. High standards in the provision of specialised intellectual property services have been associated with Eric Potter Clarkson for more than 110 years. The company offers a comprehensive service backed by a professional team of highly qualified staff in patents, trademarks, copyright, registered designs, licensing and related topics in all industrial fields. Their technical qualifications and experience cover electronics, computing, heavy engineering, electrical & mechanical engineering, textiles, chemistry, biotech, microbiology, optics, consumer products, pharmaceuticals, healthcare and nanotech.

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