NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — A new company founded yesterday in London intends to “facilitate partnerships” between industry and academic genetic and genomic centers of excellence across the city.
The firm, London Genetics, said its main asset is its “ability to commission multi-center studies” and operate as a corporate gateway for “companies seeking to carry out genetics and genomics-based studies in London.

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