NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Caliper Life Sciences said today that it has received a $1.1 million task order from the US Environmental Protection Agency’s ToxCast screening program.
 
The task order falls under a contract signed between Caliper and the EPA in April 2007, under which Caliper could potentially receive $69 million of screening services through the five-year period of the contract. Including the $1.1 million order announced today, to date Caliper has received $3.6 million in orders from the EPA.
 

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