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Life Technologies to Add 50 Jobs in Maryland

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Life Technologies is in the process of adding 50 new jobs to its facilities in Frederick, Md., the firm confirmed on Monday.

The new jobs will be added across a variety of functions including research and development, manufacturing, custom services, IT, and distribution, a company spokesperson told GenomeWeb Daily News via e-mail. They will build on the existing workforce of 250 employees currently at the site.

Life Technologies' Frederick, Md., site produces primers and is one of the firm's hubs for distribution and IT infrastructure.

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