FEATURE: Motorola Goes Sub-Cellular as it Expands into Life Sciences | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Oct 6 - While Motorola is still much better known for its cell phones than its sub-cellular technology, life sciences will play a key role in its future business strategy, senior executives said Friday.

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