Phoenix — Representatives from Invitrogen and Bio-Rad Laboratories joined law firms, software companies, and university technology-transfer offices hosting booths at the Association of University Technology Managers conference, which concluded here Saturday.

Invitrogen’s booth, staffed by Joydeep Goswami, director of corporate development, and Rolando Brawer, director of business development, was at the back of the exposition hall, in nearly the last booth.

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