NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – PerkinElmer said today that it will sponsor the European Molecular Biology Laboratory’s Advanced Training Center in Heidelberg, Germany, and in return it will use the center’s facilities, training programs, and conference and events services.
Under the agreement, the company joined the European-funded EMBL’s Corporate Partnership Program, which is intended to create and enhance relationships with the molecular biology business community.

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