WORCESTER BUSINESS JOURNAL – GE Healthcare Life Sciences of Marlborough, no longer part of Boston conglomerate General Electric, now has a new name and logo.
The company is now known as Cytiva, changing its familiar GE logo for a more modern, lowercase wordmark and a waterdrop-like emblem.
GE sold GE Healthcare Life Sciences to Danaher Corp. in a $21.4-billion deal announced in February 2019 and closed on March 31. The Washington, D.C., company has incorporated Cytiva within Danaher’s $6.5-billion life sciences division, with Cytiva now including Danaher’s other life sciences brands including ÄKTA, Amersham, HyClone, MabSelect and Whatman.
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