NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — GenNext Technologies and Select Biosciences plan to co-produce meetings and educational programs that combine their experience in microarrays, proteomics, translational medicine, clinical genomics, and bioinformatics, among other disciplines, the firms said last Friday.
 
Select Bio said that by combining their knowledge the companies plan to offer professional development classes that will help researchers “enhance their careers.”
 

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