NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Danish bioinformatics firm CLC Bio said today that it has moved its headquarters to a new building in the Katrinebjerg neighborhood of Aarhus, Denmark.
 
Thomas Knudsen, CEO of CLC Bio, said in a statement that the company had “outgrown” its previous location at the Aarhus Science Park.
 
The company was founded in January 2005, and now has nearly 50 employees, with offices in Aarhus; Boston; Nottingham, UK; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; and New Delhi and Hyderabad, India.
 

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