NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Caliper Life Sciences plans to consolidate its California operations in order to lower its facility costs and to increase the productivity of its research and development expenses, the company said today.
The move involves laying off around 13 employees and moving around 33 others who are principally engaged in R&D activities from its Mountain View facilities to those in Alameda.

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