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cross-fertilize

(krôs′fûr′tl-īz′, krŏs′-)
intr. & tr.v. cross-fertil·ized, cross-fertil·izing, cross-fertil·izes
To undergo or cause to undergo cross-fertilization.
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Tim Wright, CEO, Willis International, said: This is a major strategic boost to our existing operations in this space, enabling us to cross-fertilize Willis reach and resources with the Charles Monat team s well-respected presence in Asia.
We have the unique opportunity to cross-fertilize the scientific heritage of Pharmaton with the dynamic characteristics of an entrepreneurial organization, our access to scientific opinion-leaders from academia and heath education through our publications.
Beyond its interest for the selection of therapeutic targets, this partnership will enable Ipsen and Institut Gustave Roussy to cross-fertilize their medical and scientific experiences, in particular in the area of early therapeutic development.
16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Freudenberg-NOK Sealing Technologies' (Freudenberg-NOK) diverse portfolio of customers and products has allowed it to cross-fertilize industries by developing a new automotive use from traditional aerospace materials.
We're hoping to cross-fertilize our dealer bases," said Mike Turnbull, vice president of marketing for the Atlanta Market Center.
The firm's diverse collection of global industry experience allows it to cross-fertilize ideas and bring best of breed solutions to its clients.
The Next Generation Protein Therapeutics Summit brings together leading companies and academics from different disciplines to cross-fertilize ideas, share new data, and discuss strategies that will help turn promising molecules into products.
For this reason we have chosen to train paired mathematicians/physicists and biologist/clinicians so that they can cross-fertilize each other's thinking.
At the very heart of this revolution, the Open World Forum will gather together thousands of attendees and 160 speakers from 20 countries to cross-fertilize FLOSS initiatives for innovation and competitiveness.
Founded by a heavyweight group of communities and IT players (including Qualipso) at the hub of the FLOSS (Free Libre and Open Source Software) movement, the Open World Forum will provide an international venue where FLOSS community members, politicians, IT decision makers, software project managers and leading-edge researchers and academics can meet to strengthen collaboration, cross-fertilize ideas and consolidate research and initiatives in FLOSS.
In another key strategic move designed to broaden the company's creative output and leverage artistry across the company, Elias Arts will begin to cross-fertilize its New York and LA teams with the relocation to New York of David "Witty" Wittman, Associate Creative Director/Composer effective June 1, 2007.