NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Sigma-Aldrich announced today that it has signed a deal to participate in reviewing and consulting on technology development projects from the University of California, San Francisco's Catalyst Program.

The program is designed to support the translation of early biomedical discoveries made at the university into commercial products, and includes a number of funding opportunities for the development of therapeutics, diagnostics, medical devices, and digital health products. 

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