Cancer Research UK to Double Size of Tech- Transfer Arm; US Expansion Part of Plans | GenomeWeb
Cancer Research Technology, the technology transfer company of research charity Cancer Research UK, said this month that it is doubling the size of its internal drug-discovery and -development laboratories over the next year.
The expansion is intended to help CRT meet the growing demand for its translational research services in the UK, and to fuel its expansion into the US, where it hopes to apply its model for commercializing early-stage cancer technologies to university-based research.

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