NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Eppendorf this week opened its new UK headquarters in the Arlington Business Park in Stevenage. The new Eppendorf House is 9,500 square feet, more than doubling its previous capacity, and will include a demonstration area for both Eppendorf and New Brunswick brand products.


SDIX said this week that it has sold its food safety and GMO businesses to Romer Labs for $13.5 million. Newark, Del.-based SDIX said that it will now concentrate on its life science business and its Advanced GAT technologies.

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