NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Life Technologies this week said that it will invest $20 million in expanding its cell culture facility in Inchinnan, Scotland. The facility, which currently employs 500 people, supplies Life Tech's Gibco cell culture products for the European, Middle East, and Africa regions. Life Tech said that it will break ground on the expansion next year and expects to begin shipping products from the facility in 2014.

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