Sigma-Aldrich Lures Graham Scott from Baylor | GenomeWeb

After three and a half years at the Baylor College of Medicine Human Genome Sequencing Center, Graham Scott has made a break for the private sector. The 40- year-old Kiwi, who “in a previous life,” he says, flew jets and transport planes in the Royal New Zealand Air Force, has left his job as director of sequencing instrumentation and robotics at Baylor to head up a lab at Sigma-Aldrich.

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