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LMS has appointed Luc Missorten to the board of directors. Until recently, he held the position of executive vice president and chief financial officer at UCB, a leading global biopharmaceutical company.

Neil Chue Hong is the new director of the Open Middleware Infrastructure Institute UK, a collaborative e-Science project between the University of Southampton, the University of Manchester, and the University of Edinburgh. Before taking up the Director's job, he was the OMII-UK operations manager at the Edinburgh site.

Agilent Technologies has appointed William Molnar as vice president and general manager of its newly acquired Stratagene division. Molnar joins the company from EMD Chemicals, where he was vice president and general manager, and led the merger of the biosciences and lab chemical businesses.

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