Researchers push for collaboration in stem cell work

Doran, Ryan
September 2008
Fairfield County Business Journal;9/22/2008, Vol. 47 Issue 38, p7
Information about the topics discussed during the annual meeting of the Connecticut Stem Cell Technology Symposium in September 2008 in Connecticut is presented. It features the collaboration of Applied Biosystems, Connecticut United for Research Excellence, and Rutgers Stem Cell Research Center. It also highlights the talk of Peter Dans, president of Applied Biosystems, who explained that collaboration allows them to design strategic venues for scientist conducting stem cell research.


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