CardiNor Leads The Charge As Norway Gets Behind Life Sciences
Norwegian start-up CardiNor is developing a new cardiovascular biomarker, and is hopeful of attracting cash in a country where investor traditions are undergoing some changes. The financial pressures caused by falling oil prices have brought renewed attention to life science companies.
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