BioForward Wisconsin, the collective voice of Wisconsin`s robust and comprehensive biohealth cluster, and BIOQuébec, Québec`s largest network of biotechnologies and life sciences, will sign a memorandum of understanding to advance cooperative relationships and promote life sciences.
The signing will occur during a virtual public event titled, “Québec and Wisconsin: Two Thriving Life Science Ecosystems Sharing Strengths and Opportunities,” on March 25. It will be hosted by Martine Hébert, Quebec Government Delegate in the Midwest, whose office introduced the two organizations.
Presentations about the life science ecosystems of the two clusters will be followed by speakers from four accomplished life science businesses: Immune Biosolutions, Diex Recherche, Gilson and Covance by Labcorp. They will discuss the advantages of area business environments and the importance of building international alliances and partnerships to grow their enterprises...
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