Germany's Sartorius Biotech Signs Up for URI Training Program; Eyes Expanding in State | GenomeWeb
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — A University of Rhode Island program that trains students for biotech careers welcomed its newest corporate partner last week, a familiar presence in the state despite having no facilities there.
Germany-based Sartorius Biotech, a provider of laboratory and lab-process technologies, plans to incrementally sign up its 250 North American employees for URI’s Biotech Training Initiative. An equal number of those employees hold manufacturing and marketing positions.

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