NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Waters officially opened its new mass spectrometry headquarters in Wilmslow, UK this week. The new facility brings together the company's mass spec centers in the region consisting of more than 500 employees and includes customer demonstration laboratories, R&D capabilities, and an expanded manufacturing capacity.

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