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Eagle Genomics Expands Operations


NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Eagle Genomics said this week that it is moving to new offices and increasing its employee headcount by 25 percent.

Specifically, the company is moving to new offices on the Babraham Campus in Cambridge, England, and adding four new members to its staff for a total of 21 employees. It has hired developers to work on Eaglecore, the company's new cloud solution for managing and sharing genomic data and metadata, and support its consultancy business; as well as sales and marketing staff to support the launch of Eaglecore.

"The launch of Eaglecore has significantly improved our bioinformatics offering, and we are seeing significant interest in the product [and] ... our consultancy business continues to expand with new clients added to our portfolio," Abel Ureta-Vidal, Eagle's CEO, said in a statement. "This expansion will ensure Eagle is well placed to meet a growing demand for our products and services."

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