UK biotechnology gets government support
This article was originally published in Clinica
A new LINK initiative launched by the UK government this month aims to promote academic and industrial collaboration in analytical biotechnology. The Department of Trade and Industry has pledged £4.5 million ($7 million) to the programme whereby the government provides up to 50% of the costs of R&D partnerships with the balance coming from industry.
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