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ransADVANcis, Lda launches nanogolive.com -- a portal serving life science and nano communities.
transADVANcis Launches nanogolive.com -- Life Science and Nano Portal
Almada, Portugal | Posted on May 10th, 2007
transADVANcis, Lda is very pleased to announce the launch of nanogolive.com -- a brand new portal offering useful resources to life science industries, nanoindustries, life science researchers and nanoscience/nanotechnology researchers.
"Life science industries, nanoindustries, contract research and contract manufacturing companies operating in the fields of life science or nano, life science associations and nano associations, science parks, specialized publishers and editors (magazines, journals, …), governmental organizations involved in life science or nano (innovation agencies, support to entrepreneurship, incubators), fairs, expos and other event organizers, websites and organizations involved in employment in the fields of life science and/or nano, diverse web resources focusing life science and/or nano, venture capital companies and business angels, consulting companies oriented to life science or nanomarkets -- nanogolive.com invites all organizations of the global theatre related to Life Science and nanoscience/nanotechnology to submit their profile in our directory," commented Mr. Luis Bastos, President and CEO of transADVANcis.
"Industries operating in fields such as biotechnology, cellomics, genomics, immunomics, metabolomics, neuromics, microbiology and microscale biology, molecular biology, proteomics, biopharmaceutical, clinical, diagnostics & testing, medical imaging, medical software, pharmaceutical,… and related industries operating in fields such as chemicals and substances; electrochemistry or electrophysiology, microscale technology, equipment, instrumentation and devices; temperature and humidity; imaging; precision manufacturing; consumables -- all are invited to submit their profile in nanogolive.com directory." Mr. Bastos added.
"Industries operating in fields such as molecular nanotechnology (MNT), microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS), nanobiotechnology, nanobiosensors, nanodiagnostics, nanobiopharmaceuticals, nanobiotechnology-based drug discovery, nanobiotechnology-based drug delivery, nanomedicine, nanoparticles for imaging, single-molecule research -- all are also invited to submit their profile in nanogolive.com directory. " Mr. Bastos also added.
For detailed information about the nanogolive.com website, property of transADVANcis, please visit the website or call +351 - 21 274 0780.
transADVANcis is a consulting Firm based on expertise and experience and serving Life Science Industries, Nanoindustries and related organizations. transADVANcis provides Life Science and Nano global industries and related organizations with customized services in strategy, administration and finance, web and graphic for the tomorrow's challenges.
nanogolive.com promotes the exchange of useful information between Life Science Industries, Nano Industries, Life Science researchers and Nano Researchers.
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Luis Bastos (President and CEO)
transADVANcis - Marketing Research e Consultoria, Lda.
Rua Salgueiro Maia, 11-E
+351 - 21 274 0780 (phone)
+351 - 21 274 0387 (fax)
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