George Adam, Arnold Levine, William Longfield, Rakesh Sachdev, Mike Hogan, Karen Miller, Kevin Krosley, Dave Julien, Frank Wicks, Gilles Cottier, Carl Turza | GenomeWeb
Invitrogen and Applied Biosystems this week named George Adam, Arnold Levine, and William Longfield to the board of the company that will be formed by their merger, Life Technologies.
The three are currently members of ABI’s board. Adam is chairman of Recondo Technology, Levine is a professor at the Institute for Advanced Study, and Longfield is the retired chairman and CEO of CR Baird.


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