- Biomedical technology innovator relocates to Mass. based upon Gov. Deval
Patrick's Life Sciences Initiative -
LEXINGTON, Mass., Sept. 17 /PRNewswire/ --
-- WHO: RainDance Technologies
-- WHAT: Dedication of its new HQ/manufacturing facility
-- WHEN: Friday, Sept. 26, 2008, 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. EDT
-- WHERE: 44 Hartwell Avenue, Lexington, Mass.
RainDance Technologies, Inc., a provider of innovative droplet-based microfluidic solutions for human health and disease research, will dedicate its new headquarters and commercial and manufacturing operations on Friday, Sept. 26th in Lexington, Mass. at 3:00 p.m.
RainDance's 28,000-square-foot building in Lexington will more than double its former space in Guilford, Conn. RainDance plans to increase its workforce by some 50 percent -- adding new biologists and chemists, mechanical engineers and technicians, software programmers, customer service representatives, and administrative support -- and will employ nearly 100 within the year.
Company officials made the decision to relocate to Massachusetts based on Governor Deval Patrick's Life Sciences Initiative.
RainDance will also announce a collaboration with a major
pharmaceutical company to develop a new droplet-based methodology for the
drug discovery process.
-- Sir Richard Roberts, Nobel Laureate, Physiology/ Medicine, 1993,
RainDance Technologies Scientific Advisory Board
-- Daniel O'Connell, Massachusetts Housing and Economic Development
-- Christopher McNary, RainDance Technologies President and Chief
-- A tour of our new facilities and reception will follow.
RainDance's new RainStorm(TM) droplet-based microfluidic technology has
broad use in the prediction and prevention of human disease. The
simplicity, speed, and capabilities
|SOURCE RainDance Technologies, Inc.|
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