Biotechnology brokerage event, Spain

October 17, 2005

Brussels, 14 Oct 2005

An international congress on biotechnology with parallel brokerage and research to investor events, 'Biotech - Andalucia 2005', will take place in Malaga, Spain, on 17 and 18 November.

Supported by the Innovation Relay Centre Network (IRC Network) and the partners of the FP6 BLUEBIONET project, 'Biotech - Andalucia 2005' consists of a technology transfer day aimed at companies, RTD centres and investors interested in contacting potential technology partners for businesses. This event will focus on the latest technologies and trends in biotechnology networks, biotechnology prospects in the EU Seventh Framework Programme and biotechnology business incubators.
For further information, please consult the following web address:
http:///irc.cordis .lu/bemt/home.cfm?event id=17&CFID=902057&CFTOKEN=8654 2122

CORDIS RTD-NEWS / © European Communities
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