Licensing and Collaboration

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  • Published date: December 26, 2018
    • Shirley, New York, United States

Creative Biolabs has strong interest in in-licensing, out-licensing and marketing of products and technologies that come from academic labs, research centers and companies to expand our product and service lines. These products and services will become commercial and be sold worldwide by Creative Biolabs in exchange for a royalty as a percentage of sales or any other kind of deal. We are opened to many possible mechanisms, models and creative arrangements to put your reagents and technologies in the market. Of course, always, under a confidentiality agreement to make you feel comfortable before reaching a licensing agreement with us.

Jerry Carter
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