NORTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – The CEO of Chromocell says the drug discovery company's newly-completed $4.2 million headquarters and laboratories aren't the only sign of growth here.

In addition to the facility expansion, which increased the firm's footprint to 15,000 square feet from nearly 6,000 square feet, Chromocell is seeking to hire immediately four employees, including three scientists who would specialize in research, CEO Christian Kopfli told BioRegion News last week.

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