German drug-discovery firm Evotec this week said that its Tools and Technologies division achieved a 39-percent increase in third-party revenues and slashed its net loss by 63 percent – marking the first year-over-year revenue increase since the Tools and Tech unit introduced new versions of its flagship high-content screening technology last year.
The company also said that third-party revenues in the first half of 2006 increased 15 percent over the same period last year, while net loss fell by about 17 percent.

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