NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Integromics, a life sciences software company based in Granada, Spain, has opened its US headquarters at the University City Science Center in Philadelphia, the company said yesterday.
The company said it has expanded into the US in order to be closer to current and prospective customers and business partners.
Integromics said the new office will include sales and marketing, scientific, and customer support staff.

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