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August 26th, 2009

Gaining An Edge In R&D

Abstract:
LSL: What kind of technologies and platforms does COSAT seek from universities and other partners?

Neil: We look for technologies that may have either a direct impact on patient care or an indirect effect by enhancing our ability to discover drugs or develop devices. We see the world going forward with advances in areas like molecular diagnostics, cell therapies, nanotechnology, microelectronics, and new high-resolution imaging techniques, as well as genomics and proteomics to identify potential patients for the right therapy. We feel we are on the threshold of some major revolutions in the biomedical space.

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