MDS Expands with New Facilities in US, Denmark | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, March 20 – Toronto-based MDS Proteomics said Tuesday it has opened a new facility in Odense, Denmark and is in the process of building new facilities in Boston and Charlottesville, NC.

The facility in Odense employs more than 60 scientists and has a number of customized mass spectrometers as well as one of the largest Linux clusters, with 101 computers that each have 2 x 1 Ghz CPU and 2 GB ram, the company said. 

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