commercialized commercialized  /kə ˈmɜr ʃə ˌlaɪzd/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) organized principally for financial gain

News

  1. Biotech crops vs. pests: Successes and failures from the first billion acres

    A landmark study analyzes why pest resistance to genetically modified crops evolved quickly in some cases, but not others. The global assessment could help to gauge the risk of resistance for new biotech crops before they are commercialized.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Science Daily

  2. Bonitasoft Revs Its Execution Engine in Bonita BPM 6

    It has been a busy three years for Bonitasoft. Since its launch, the company has: 1) commercialized its open source business process management technology, which it created out of the Bonita Project in the mid-2000s; 2) pulled in $28 million in venture funding; and 3) attracted some 600 customers. This week, the company hit a fourth milestone: the release of its first major upgrade.
    on June 7, 2013     Source: E-Commerce Times

Quotes

  1. "Under Steve's leadership, Affymetrix developed and commercialized a series of breakthrough technologies that continue to advance science and improve human health around the world," said Dr. Paul Berg, Nobel Laureate and a member of the...
    on Oct 22, 2008 By: Paul Berg Source: MarketWatch

  2. "We are excited to invest in Response Biomedical, with its cutting edge commercialized rapid point-of-care diagnostics platform technology," said Carl Gordon, founding General Partner of OrbiMed Advisors. "We see the value in growth expansion...
    on Jun 28, 2010 By: Carl Gordon Source: National Post (registration) (blog)

  3. "I suspect part of the problem is there isn't a technology yet - certainly commercialized technology for tidal power - that's going to allow for commercialization of generation of electricity," Keir said.
    on Jun 24, 2010 By: Jack Keir Source: Winnipeg Free Press

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