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Caliper Life Sciences Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2008 Results
Date:3/12/2009

net loss per common share, basic and diluted 48,490 47,561 48,114 47,301

    Reconciliation of GAAP to Non-GAAP Financial Measures

    Adjusted Basic Earnings per Share (see explanation of adjustments below)

                               Three Months Ended            Year Ended
                                   December 31,             December 31,
                               2008           2007        2008        2007

    GAAP EPS - Basic            $(0.95)     $(0.12)      $(1.42)     $(0.51)
       Adjustments:
        Share-based compensation
         expense (1)               592       1,191        3,580       5,161
        Purchase accounting
         adjustments to revenue,
         net of costs (2)            -          20           23       1,038
        Acquisition related
         intangible
         amortization (3)        1,592       2,514        8,313      10,106
        Restructuring and
         severance costs (4)     2,222         654        5,889       1,343
        Impairment of
         goodwill (5)           43,365           -       43,365           -
        Gain on divestiture of
         product lines (5)      (2,119)          -       (2,119)          -
    Total Adjustments          $45,652      $4,379      $59,051     $17,648

    Per share effect of total
     adjustments                  0.94        0.09         1.23        0.37

    Adjusted earnings per
     share - Basic              $(0.01)     $(0.03)      $(0.19)     $(0.14)

    Per share effect of
     share-based compensation
     expense above              $(0.01)     $(0.02)      $(0.08)     $(0.11)

    Adjusted earnings per
     share - Basic
     (share-based compensation
       expense not excluded)    $(0.02)     $(0.05)      $(0.27)     $(0.25)

We use the term "adjusted earnings per share" or "adjusted EPS" to refer to GAAP earnings per
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