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MBF Bioscience Announces the Acquisition of Vidrio Technologies

MBF Bioscience, a leading provider of bioscience image analysis tools, announced that it has completed the acquisition of Vidrio Technologies. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Based in Ashburn, VA, Vidrio is a fast-growing provider of software and hardware components for laser scanning and two photon microscopes.

“Vidrio Technologies builds widely loved tools for researchers who utilize two photon and laser scanning microscopes to answer some of the toughest questions in biology,” says MBF Bioscience Founder and President Jack Glaser. “They have assembled a truly special team of engineers and I am thrilled that MBF will have the opportunity to be a part of the continued development, release, and support of Vidrio’s impressive products.”

“The team at Vidrio couldn’t be more excited to be joining forces with MBF,” says Vidrio Technologies CEO Bruce Kimmel. “We have grown rapidly in recent years and MBF’s large development team will be a great resource for us as we continue to invest in the development of industry-leading tools for bioscience researchers.”

Georg Jaindl, Senior Software Engineer at Vidrio Technologies said, “Vidrio has a pipeline full of exciting new products that we can’t wait to show our customers. By joining forces with MBF, we will be able to build these tools for our customers faster and provide even more responsive technical support than our customers already receive.”

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