Genome Canada signs second international pact

Guest Contributor
May 22, 2002

Genome Canada has signed a scientific cooperation agreement with the Genome Spain Foundation, the second such agreement in less than one year. The initial three-year agreement is intended to increase cooperation in the broad field of genomics including scientific and industrial exchanges of academics and biotechnology, pharmaceutical and venture capital firms. A longer-term objective is to identify and initiate joint, large-scale research projects. The Genome Spain Foundation was only formed last month and is closely modelled on Genome Canada. The Canada-Spain pact mirrors an agreement reached between Genome Canada and Sweden’s Karolinska Institutet Center for Genomics and Bioinformatitcs last summer (R$, July 16/01)....

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