MEETINGS - Joint Economic Committee of the US Congress holds Research and Development Fair (US) September 1999:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Joint Economic Committee of the US Congress will hold a Research and Development Fair on September 29 in the Senate Office Building in Washington, DC, to showcase some of the latest breakthroughs in medical technology. Participating companies include Advanced Bionics, Biopure, Boston Scientific, CR Bard, Coherent, Cytometrics, Guidant, Hewlett-Packard, Integra LifeSciences, KeraVision, Medtronic, MicroMed Technology and NeuroControl. The fair is being held in conjunction with a one-day summit exploring the effects biotechnology has on the economy. For more information contact the committee. Tel: +1 202 224 5171.
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