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Fields & Applications Pharma & Biopharma, Chemical

Our Unholy Alliance

Technology collides with human behavior. That’s where the action is – either phenomenon alone is prosaic, which is why biotechnology and its motley relatives are so fascinating and – let’s face it – the only game in town. Of course, the ancient art of brewing was the first really useful biotech application in commerce. But since the advent of beer, the business of science has really only accelerated in the last 40 years or so…

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About the Author

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Lee DesRosiers

Lee has been involved in biotech since 1979, first in molecular biology research then in various roles in Life Science companies in Montreal, Paris, Groningen, Heidelberg, Amsterdam, Antwerp and New Haven, CT.  “I never dreamt my simple ambitions would have led to such wonderful adventures”.  Lee is married with three grown children and in his current iteration, teaches Management Courses at McGill University in Montreal. “Possibly my most challenging and fulfilling role yet”

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