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August 3rd, 2006

Grab part of the brave new world

Abstract:
University of Sydney scientists hope to turn medical research knowledge into valuable export dollars. During the next two to five years, they expect to bring together, under one roof, about 400 scientists, technical staff and business experts to work on the development and marketing of medical devices, artificial organs and the like. Recruitment, including new chairs of tissue engineering and medical nanotechnology, is expected to take place over the next two years.

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smh.com.au

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