Nexus Biosystems Acquires Aurora Biotechnologies | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Nexus Biosystems has acquired Aurora Biotechnologies for an undisclosed sum, Poway, Calif.-based Nexus said in a statement today.

Aurora makes high-performance microplates for use in sample storage, high-throughput screening, and cellular imaging. Nexus said that Aurora's technologies will complement its automated sample management systems, including its new -80degC BioStore line of sample management systems.

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