Life Technologies Appoints Three Former ABI Board Members; Perkin Elmer Taps von Leoprechting to Head Cell Analysis Unit; Baker Wins Sackler Prize in Biophysics; Singer Joins Exact Sciences' Board; and Others | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Following last week’s merger of Applied Biosystems and Invitrogen to create Life Technologies, the combined firm has appointed three former directors of ABI to its board: Arnold Levine, George Adam, and William Longfield.
 
Levine will serve as a member of the board’s Science and Technology Committee, Adam will serve as a member of the Audit Committee, and Longfield will serve as a member of the Compensation and Organizational Committee.
 

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