To Keep up with 'Rapid' Array Adoption, BlueGnome Moves into New HQ, Doubles Headcount | GenomeWeb

By Justin Petrone

British array firm BlueGnome this month relocated to new headquarters to keep pace with growth that has seen it double most of activities in the past year.

The new 1,000-square-meter (10,763-square-foot) facility is located at Capital Park in Fulbourn, east of Cambridge. BlueGnome's previous office was in a space half the size in Great Shelford, south of the city.

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