Waters Heads Back into Spotlight With Goal of Releasing Show-Stealing Instruments in 2004 | GenomeWeb

With Micromass finally fully merged into the company and “big plans” for what it hopes will be a series of blockbuster product releases in 2004, Waters is looking to re-emerge into the spotlight in the coming months as “a bigger player in proteomics and protein characteri-zation.”

The company hopes to do this mainly by more aggressively integrating its HPLC, mass spec, chemistry, and software products, Brian Murphy, Waters’ corporate communications manager, told ProteoMonitor during an afternoon visit to the company’s headquarters last week.

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