Chasing Profitability, Cellomics Sheds More Staff and Shelves Two Projects | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Oct. 17 - Cellomics has trimmed another 25 percent of its workforce and has put the brakes on a pair of its most promising technologies as it continues to chase profitability, a company official said today.

 

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