Hudson Control Group Delivers Prolink Workcell to USDA for Ethanol Production | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Hudson Control Group today said it has delivered its Prolink Express automated workcell to the US Department of Agriculture, which will use it to develop new yeast strains in its biofuel production programs.  
HCG said it has finished developing the workcell but will continue to work with the USDA over the coming months until the system is up and running. As part of their 1.5-year deal, the USDA had pledged $700,000.

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