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Gene Network Sciences Opens Eight-Person Office Near Boston; One Post Unfilled

NEW YORK, Feb. 16 (GenomeWeb News) - Gene Network Sciences announced today that it has opened an office in Cambridge, Mass., as a "selling point in ... employee recruiting and retention efforts."

 

The new office is located at 10 Canal Park. It will have eight employees and serve as the lead site for business development and oncology modeling, the company said. There is currently an opening at the Cambridge office for a software engineer.

 

In addition, the company said that it moved its Ithaca headquarters to the Cornell Business and Technology Park.

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