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SABiosciences Ranked 17th on the Best Places to Work Industry Award for Biotech and Pharmaceutical Companies
Date:8/28/2009

FREDERICK, Md., Aug. 28 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- SABiosciences announces its inclusion on The Scientist Magazine's 2009 Top 30 Best Places to Work Industry Survey. Best Places to Work is an annual survey highlighting those companies with the most positive work environment, dedicated management, and innovative ways to motivate their workforce. SABiosciences ranked 17th on The Best Places to Work Industry award for biotech and pharmaceutical companies.

"We are proud that SABiosciences is regarded so highly by our employees and we are honored that we have received such a distinguished award," said Kim O'Hara, Human Resources Manager. "We continually strive to incorporate best practices to provide a positive, fulfilling, and balanced work environment for our employees. We believe this award is evidence that our efforts are successful and we will strive to not only remain one of the Top 30 Best Places to Work, but also focus our efforts on becoming the premiere employer in the biotech industry."

In a time of economic uncertainty, SABiosciences continues to expand its product portfolio, build its business operations, and increase its workforce. "We feel very fortunate that our company not only attracts top talent scientists and professionals, but that our people also enjoy the spirit and working environment we have built," said Dr. Li Shen, President. "We genuinely believe that it is our people who build the company and we will continually commit to making our company the best place to work."

About SABiosciences Corporation

SABiosciences Corporation, a privately held biotechnology company founded in 1998, envisions a new and systematic approach to biological research in the post-genomic era. The team of scientists at SABiosciences developed a broad portfolio of innovative and cost-effective research tools based on current knowledge
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