EXCLUSIVE: After the Fall, DoubleTwist s Williamson Performs Stoic Postmortem | GenomeWeb

SAN FRANCISCO, April 18 - DoubleTwist is "a spore dried up," said Robert Williamson, the company's former president and CEO.

If you want to see what's left of the company, which formally closed its doors in March after struggling for months to stay alive, you'll find it either slumped on the auction block or stashed in the basement of its former Oakland, Calif., headquarters.

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