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Network Biosystems average salary is $38,046, median salary is $38,046 with a salary range from $38,046 to $38,046.
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Accountant 38,046-38,046 Winter Park, FL, 32789 2010 Network Biosystems Accountant Salaries (1)
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Network Biosystems... Information
  • Network Biosystems inc
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Woburn, MA
  • Network Biosystems, Inc. (NetBio) is the leading provider of the full set of technologies and products for the emerging field of Rapid DNA Analysis (RDA). RDA enables the identification (by fragment sizing or nucleic acid sequencing) of the most informative subset of a given human or pathogen genome, allowing end users to make decisions in real time. Major applications include criminal forensics, military human identification, biothreat detection, and clinical diagnostics. NetBio believes that widespread use of RDA, particularly in the field and at the point of care, will improve both the safety, and health of society.