Recent Examples of life science from the Web
For its public offering, Spotify has taken an unconventional and somewhat risky approach called direct listing, a route normally taken by small-cap companies, usually in biotech and life sciences.
An Associated Press analysis of government data has found that black workers are chronically underrepresented compared with whites in high-salary jobs in technology, business, life sciences, and architecture and engineering, among other areas.
Wing will work closely with and represent existing organizations and prospect companies in the technology and life sciences industries.
One area of focus is promoting Kansas City's engineering, architectural and life sciences industries.
There actually isn’t a lack of interest, on the financial side, in fueling Alzheimer’s research given the critical need for it and the rewards that life sciences firms would reap from even a modestly-successful product.
The company now oversees about $85 billion across private equity, credit, public equity, venture capital, and life sciences investments.
German pharmaceuticals, ag and life sciences giant Bayer on Thursday formally announced the newest addition to its network of startup incubators, the Crop Science CoLaborator in West Sacramento.
The operation will include research and development and manufacturing facilities in a 118,000-suare-foot building in Gaithersburg, home to many life science companies.
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First Known Use of life science
LIFE SCIENCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of life science for English Language Learners
: an area of science that deals with living things and life processes
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