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Febit this week named Jack Leonard to the newly created position of vice president of technology commercialization. He will be based in Febit’s US headquarters in Lexington, Mass.
Leonard joins Febit from Codon Devices, where he was director of process development. He also served previously at Millipore, where he was director of genomics and molecular biology, and US Genomics, where he was R&D director.

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