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Promega Becomes First in Line For WARF Technology

NEW YORK, Sept. 28 (GenomeWeb News) - Promega will become the first company to be allowed easy access and expedited technology licenses through a new offering from the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Promega and WARF said yesterday.


WARF is making it easier for companies to licence technology developed at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, through its Research Tool Subscription Program. As the first company to access the technology through the program, Promega will  have "an easier path to licensing technologies" and "can provide new products to life scientists sooner," Randy Dimond, Promega's chief technical officer, said in a statement.


The life sciences firm is also based in Madison.

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