NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – ICx Technologies has been awarded a multi-year contract worth up to $40 million to work with partners to develop a biological and chemical mass spectrometer for use by the South Korean military.

ICx said that its ICx Analytical Instruments business it will work jointly with ICx BioDefense to deliver a system capable of detecting both chemical and biological warfare agents that will be used in South Korean military reconnaissance vehicles.

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