10 Promising Biotech Projects Reach the Final Stage of Rad BioMed's Outstanding Project Competition.
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Israel (ĭz`rēəl, ĭz`rāəl) [as understood by Hebrews,=he strives with God], according to the book of Genesis, name given to Jacob as eponymous ancestor of the Hebrews, the chosen people of God. -- The Rad BioMed incubator incubator, apparatus for the maintenance of controlled conditions in which eggs can be hatched artificially. Incubator houses with double walls of mud, a fireroom, and several compartments each holding about 6,000 hens' eggs were developed in ancient times; the announced that it has selected the ten most promising projects in the field of biotechnology from about 200 submissions it received during 2004.
The various projects were submitted by private entrepreneurs, physicians and applicants from academia and industry. The incubator selected the promising projects from the range of life sciences -- biotechnology, medical equipment, diagnostics (1) Software routines that test hardware components (memory, keyboard, disks, etc.). Diagnostics are often stored in ROM chips and activated on startup.
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The winning project will receive a prize worth about $20,000, including a financial grant from the Rad BioMed incubator and comprehensive support: a year's lease at Rad BioMed's offices, legal counsel and patent registration from the office of attorney Gal Erlich, regulatory counsel from the eBMS company, and advice on accountancy issues from the office of Kesselman and Kesselman.
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