Harvard Biosciences bought Genomic Solutions in 2002, one of some 20 acquisitions the company has completed in the seven years its management team has been on board.

Now almost two years later, Harvard Bio is still trying to digest the $27 million purchase of the small molecular biology tools vendor.

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