Amid 'Organizational Change,' Predicant to Auction $6M Worth of Equipment

Predicant Biosciences will auction $6 million worth of "bioscience" and information technology equipment, said the firm arranging the sale.

The auction, to be held Jan. 10, is being managed by Cowan Alexander and Asset Reliance International.

According to Don Cowan, president of the auction firm, "general lab and analytical instruments" such as spectrometers, detectors, coolers, microscope cameras, storage systems, machining centers, and vacuum pumps will be sold.

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