Thermo Fisher Acquires NanoDrop
Thermo Fisher Scientific this week acquired NanoDrop Technologies, a privately held manufacturer of micro-volume ultraviolet visible (UV-Vis) instrumentation, for an undisclosed sum.
NanoDrop, which has annual revenues of roughly $35 million, will broaden Thermo Fisher’s portfolio of UV-Vis spectrophotometry instruments for applications such as measuring DNA and protein samples.

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