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Molecular Devices Relaunches with HiveMind Marketing
Date:6/14/2010

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About Molecular Devices

Molecular Devices (moldev.com/home.html) offers a spectrum of detection technologies and support all throughput needs—from dedicated single readout instruments to integrated multi-instrument systems and everything in between. With a unique combination of biological knowledge, applications and technical expertise, and patented core technologies; a history of first-to-market products, a complete understanding of workflows in regulated and non-regulated labs, and a sincere dedication to customers; we are the provider of choice for cost-effective, performance-driven BioAnalytical Systems that detect and decode biology to support your discovery objectives. The company is headquartered in Silicon Valley with offices in Bavaria, Beijing, London, Philadelphia, Shanghai, Taipei, and Tokyo to serve its global user base as well as the international Bioresearch, Biopharma, and Biotesting communities.

About HiveMind Marketing, Inc.

Founded by Tom Lauck, a long-time Silicon Valley marketing practitioner, HiveMind Marketing, Inc. is a new marketing “mashup” that integrates web design and development, as well as email, search, and social marketing.

HiveMind Marketing understands that marketing today requires engaging audiences that are connected in new ways. They read blogs. They use RSS feeds to stay in contact with minimal effort. They join social networks to affirm their bonds. They pass along information about themselves and about others. They share who they are and what
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