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Alabama team seeks new life sciences markets in Europe

BERLIN — Alabama business and community leaders are in Europe this week, seeking new market opportunities for the state’s growing bioscience industry in the countries of Germany and Denmark.

The 22-member delegation also is promoting the cutting-edge developments happening at research centers from Huntsville to Birmingham to Mobile and beyond, an effort to encourage new investment in the state as a gateway to the broader U.S. life sciences sector.

Alabama Secretary of Commerce Greg Canfield is leading the trade mission, which kicked off today in Berlin with meetings at the U.S. Embassy and continues Tuesday with tours of biotech sites, including a research incubator.

Later in the week, more seminars are planned in Copenhagen, along with a tour of a bioscience park.

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