Life-Science Labs Give Some Insight Into the Work They Do, Address Questions from the Community
WATERTOWN – On Tuesday, April 25th, the Watertown Business Coalition organized its third annual life-science panel. This year’s event was hosted by the Moesian Center for the Arts and featured representatives from four Watertown-based biotech companies.
Each panelist gave a brief presentation on various aspects of product research and development and discussed some technological and medical products that have been created right here in Watertown.
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