Beckman Coulter Inks Molecular Diagnostics Collaboration with Irish Researchers | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The National University of Ireland, Galway, today announced that Beckman Coulter is launching a four-year collaborative research program with researchers at the university in the field of molecular diagnostics.
 
Beckman Coulter has a manufacturing facility in Galway, where it makes hematology and immunoassay reagents used in its diagnostic instruments. According to the university, the agreement marks the first collaborative research undertaken by Beckman in Ireland.
 

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