Ceiba Hires Former Rosetta Biosoftware Staffers After Landing Support Contract for Its Customers | GenomeWeb

By Bernadette Toner

IT services firm Ceiba Solutions this week said that it has hired eight former Rosetta Biosoftware staffers in an effort to bolster its bioinformatics offerings, particularly in the area of translational research.

The new employees will also be critical for a contract Ceiba signed in early August with Merck that made it the sole provider of software maintenance and support for Rosetta Biosoftware products.

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