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Canada's Top 10 Life Science Companies Competition is an annual competition developed by the Ottawa Life Sciences Council (OLSC) to showcase Canada's top investment prospects.
Axela was recently selected as one of "Canada's Top 10 Life Science Companies" by the Ottawa Life Sciences Council.
Antoine Noujaim, has received the BioNorth 2004 National Merit Award presented by the Ottawa Life Sciences Council ("OLSC").
To generate greater innovation and productivity, Canada needs more better trained managers in the life sciences," said Ken Lawless, President of the Ottawa Life Sciences Council, home of the country's fastest growing life science cluster.
TSX: EIA) is very pleased to announce that it has been named one of Canada's Top Ten Life Sciences Corporate Financing & Partnering Prospects by the Ottawa Life Sciences Council (OLSC).
Young, ECIC, vice-president of medicinal chemistry at the Merck Frosst Centre for Therapeutic Research, has been awarded the National Merit Award by the Ottawa Life Sciences Council "for his outstanding leadership and contribution to medicinal chemistry and pharmaceutical research in Canada.
Ottawa Life Sciences Council (OLSC), a not-for-profit organization committed to stimulating the growth of the life sciences sector in the Ottawa area, announced the winners of Canada's Top 10 Life Sciences Corporate Investment and/or Partnering Prospects in conjunction with BioNorth 2001.
The Ottawa Life Sciences Council, Ottawa, ON, spearheaded the creation of the Ottawa Biotechnology Incubation Centre (OBIC).