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May 26, 2006

Neurotech Conference Sessions Blogged

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Posted by Zack Lynch

For those of you who couldn't make it to the sold out Neurotech Industry Investing conference you might want to spend a few minutes over at the Eudaemon blog reading through these posts that Denise and Jeremy wrote that capture some of the conference sessions: Investing in Neurotech; Spinning Neurotech out the Lab; Corporate Partnering: Neurotech Industry Overview. Given the great response to the event we are planning on making the conference a two day event next year to provide more time for networking, additional speaker time and a few more cutting edge topics. If you have any suggestions I am always open to hearing from you.

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1. Kensai on June 5, 2006 6:34 AM writes...

Information right from the experts! I found especially interesting the capture from "Spinning Neurotech out the Lab" session.

Constantine.

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