Cognia to Expand UK Presence, Add 50 Jobs by Year End | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Cognia will add 50 jobs to its UK operations by the end of the year, the company said earlier this month.
 
New York-based Cognia opened a UK subsidiary with 10 employees in early 2005 as part of a three-year text-mining collaboration with the University of Edinburgh.
 
Cognia said that the program has “far exceeded” its expectations and that it plans to add a corporate service office in Cambridge, UK, with around 50 employees.

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