Scotland strengthens Korean life science ties
This article was originally published in Scrip
The Scottish Centre for Regenerative Medicine was among a number of Scottish representatives at the Asian life science event, BioKorea 2008, held on October 8th-10th. The aim of the trip was to consolidate the already strong links between the two countries in the life sciences area, says the government's inward investment agency, Scottish Development International.
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