Cresset Grows Scientific Team
News Aug 22, 2013
Cresset relocates to offices near Cambridge. The move reflects Cresset’s growth and a desire to be close to the Cambridge Cluster.
The new office is based in Litlington, Cambridgeshire and serves as the company’s global headquarters.
“Cresset’s scientific team is one of our major assets”, says Dr Robert Scoffin, Cresset’s CEO. “Our recent growth has seen us strengthen our scientific consulting team, our technical group and our sales staff. This move represents an on-going investment in our people and our intention to continue to recruit the best scientific minds over the coming years.”
Dr Scoffin adds, “Our new office environment will enable us to continue to deliver Cresset’s powerful combination of outstanding chemistry software and high value consulting services for drug discovery research.”
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