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This 'greaser of the tracks' will be great for NZ science

Published: Tue 30 Aug 2016 12:11 PM
This 'greaser of the (supplying internationally) tracks' will be really good for NZ science
href="#a"> By Peter Kerr for sticK
(sticK - 30 August 2016 ) I'm sort of embarrased that I've never heard of Science Exchange before.
It's been going for over five years, started in the US by a couple of Kiwi founders, and has grown well beyond start up to having recently secured Series B funding of US$25 million.
In its own words “Science Exchange has become the world’s leading marketplace for scientific research. Through Science Exchange, researchers can securely access a network of 1,000s of screened and verified contract research organizations (CROs), academic labs, and government facilities that are available to conduct scientific experiments.”
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