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integrated primarily into Thermo Fisher’s Analyti- cal Technologies Segment, with certain equipment and consumables product lines being added to the Laboratory Products and Services Segment. Further- more TMO launched the Thermo Scientific HAAKE MiniCTW, the latest model in a new suite of micro- conical twin-screw compounders.

http://www.thermofisher.com

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avor Sutija, former Senior Vice President for Product Marketing at FAST, joins Thin Film

Electronics ASA (OSE: THIN) with responsibility for

Business Development and Marketing. He will work closely with John M. Lervik, FAST’s former CEO, who started at the company last year. The company is a pioneer in the use of functional polymer materials for the production of non-volatile electronic memo- ries, and has developed polymer memories with high storage density, and is the first in the world able to deliver rewritable memories printed on a commercial scale in a continuous roll-to-roll process.

http://www.thinfilm.se

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nidym, Inc., a majority owned subsidiary of

Arrowhead Research Corporation (NASDAQ:

ARWR), announced that Malcolm Gillis, Ph.D. has been appointed to its Board of Directors. Dr. Gillis served as the President of William Marsh Rice Uni- versity from 1993 until 2004 and guided Rice to become a leader in the then emerging field of na- noscience. His distinguished academic career fo- cused on economics and environmental public policy and included appointments at Duke University and Harvard University.

http://www.unidym.com

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