Horizon Plans to Expand in Cambridge | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Horizon Discovery plans to double the size of its office and lab space in Cambridge and it will hire additional staff members, the company said today.

The company is currently seeking to hire up to 10 new staff members for its UK headquarters, which is located at IQ Cambridge, formerly called Cambridge Research Park, Horizon Chairman Darrin Disley said in a statement. The firm expects to have 28 employees at its Cambridge headquarters by the end of this year.

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