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Commerce

The practice of buying and selling goods and services, whether for use or investment. Commerce usually refers to buying and selling on a large scale; that is, the sale of one widget is a transaction, while the sale of all the widgets in a country is the commerce of widgets. See also: E-commerce.
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The 11-year-old company is out to utilize the brainpower at the Great Lakes Forestry Centre and commercialize their research work.
Our strategy to adopt CDMA technology ahead of our competitors and commercialize it before others turned out to be very successful.
CANbridge has exclusive rights to develop and commercialize Puma biotechnology's Nerlynx (neratinib) in China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao (collectively, greater China).
Ultragenyx will retain a sole option to jointly develop and commercialize the product candidate in further therapeutic areas.
Errol Caldwell, executive director of Science Enterprise Algoma (SEA), is spearheading an effort to commercialize forestry research in the city.
Through this collaboration, the two companies will strive to commercialize and cultivate a market for electronic paper displays.
Nelmor never pursued the patent, leaving John Brown Machines, Sorema in Italy, and others to commercialize combinations of wet washing and density separation in the '80s and early '90s.
The company's mission is to discover, develop and commercialize novel small molecule drugs in areas of high unmet need.
Valeant announced its subsidiary has entered into an exclusive license agreement with Kaken Pharmaceutical to develop and commercialize products containing a new chemical entity, KP-470, which is an investigational compound for the topical treatment of psoriasis.
to co-develop, manufacture and commercialize high technological barrier generics medicines for both the U.S.
Under the agreement terms, Kyorin grants Novartis with exclusive rights to develop and commercialize KRP-203 worldwide for use in organ transplants as well as an exclusive right to develop and commercialize KRP-203 worldwide except in Japan, Korea, China and Taiwan for the treatment of autoimmune diseases and other diseases.
"You have to connect the research at the end of the day with the innovator who can take it and commercialize it.

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