Lopez Joins PerkinElmer After Proteome Systems Consolidates R&D Efforts in Sydney | GenomeWeb

In its quest to be taken seriously in the field of proteomics, PerkinElmer has acquired Packard Biosciences, partnered with Genomic Solutions (now being acquired by Harvard Biosciences), and begun developing a MALDI-TOF mass spectrometer with the help of MDS Sciex. Now the former EG&G, which won the rights to PerkinElmer’s name when it acquired the old PerkinElmer’s analytical instrument business in 1999, is turning to veteran proteomics researcher Mary Lopez.

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