Pressure BioSciences Moves R&D Group into UMass Incubator | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Pressure BioSciences has moved its R&D team into the Venture Development Center at the University of Massachusetts Boston, the firm's CEO, Richard Schumacher, told GenomeWeb Daily News today.

The firm, which is based in South Easton, Mass., moved the three members of its R&D team into the incubator at the beginning of January, and it hopes to bring on new staffers for that group. The firm employs a total of 13 people and has retained its headquarters about 20 miles outside of Boston, Schumacher said.

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