Overview of European Activities in Biotechnology
European administrations and industrial organisations have realised that they cannot afford to miss out on the exploitation of biotechnology. European scientists working in industrial and university laboratories have made decisive contributions to the methodology of this ‘New Biotechnology’. The first University Chair in biotechnology was established in Lyngby, Denmark in 1905 and the world enzymes market is dominated by two European companies; Novo, Denmark and Gist-Brocades, Netherlands.
KeywordsVenture Capital Biotechnology Industry Late Giant Venture Funding Tough Attitude
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