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October 5, 2009 —
Dr. Alice A. Jacobs, Chairman and CEO, IntelligentMDx, recently appeared on an episode of Playmakers on Fox Business News. Dr Jacobs discussed a new flu test that can distinguish seasonal from novel H1N1 flu as well as determine resistance…
September 22, 2009 —
PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND, U.S.A.-RainDance Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of innovative microdroplet-based solutions for health and human disease research, announced today it has expanded the capabilities of its Sequence Enrichment…
September 17, 2009 —
First service provider outside the U.S. will pave the way for European market
Berlin and Woburn - The Berlin-based integrated genomics services specialist imaGenes will complement its offerings with BioTrove's OpenArray(R) Platform, a…
September 17, 2009 —
Lexington, Massachusetts, U.S.A., and Aarhus, Denmark - RainDance Technologies and CLC bio today announced a partnership to develop specialized software for the analysis of targeted resequencing data generated by workflows incorporating…
September 15, 2009 —
Strategic partnership highlights the rapid growth of international business in biotechnology
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - September 15, 2009 - Linguistic Systems, Inc. (LSI), a leading provider of language translation services, today announced that it has…
August 28, 2009 —
Tradition Energy, one of the world's largest energy management advisors, announced that they've joined the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council.
"We're excited to be a part of this dynamic biotechnology community,"…
August 26, 2009 —
Keith M. Parent, chief executive officer of Court Square Group, has accepted an invitation to join the Pioneer Valley Life Sciences Institute board of directors. As the non-profit research institute's first outside director, he will be joining board members…
August 26, 2009 —
By Ann Neuer
August 24, 2009 | Smart life sciences companies anxious to compress clinical development timelines are moving from a document-centric workflow to a content-centric environment. So says Stephen Bergson, executive…
August 24, 2009 —
Chemic Laboratories Inc. and Archimica Group today announced a joint cooperation agreement that will enable the two pharmaceutical development and manufacturing firms to cooperate on a variety of client engagements, primarily in the areas of Active…
August 19, 2009 —
CAMBRIDGE, MAâ"IntelligentMDx has produced an assay solution for influenza that can distinguish seasonal from novel strains including H1N1 as well as antiviral resistance. This will be available for use during this upcoming flu season meeting…
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