Genomic Solutions Inc. Sponsors Michigan Art Exhibition Focusing on Interpretation of Genetic Research

Apr 28, 2001, 01:00 ET from Genomic Solutions Inc.

    ANN ARBOR, Mich., April 28 /PRNewswire/ --
 Genomic Solutions Inc. (Nasdaq:   GNSL), a leading, worldwide supplier of
 automated solutions for genomic and proteomic research, is the lead corporate
 sponsor for Paradise Now:  Picturing the Genetic Revolution, an art exhibition
 appearing through May 27, 2001 at The University of Michigan Museum of Art.
     (Photo:  http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20000714/GENOMICLOGO )
     Works featured in the exhibition showcase artists' curiosity and
 fascination with the process, meaning and ramifications of genetic research.
 The exhibition's variety of works investigates urgent issues and concerns
 triggered by the modification of nature, agriculture and human genetics,
 providing viewers an opportunity to focus on the dramatic advances in science.
 The works also provide viewers an opportunity to reflect on the boundaries
 between science and the human imagination.
     "As a leading supplier of genomic and proteomic research tools, Genomic
 Solutions is pleased to be a corporate sponsor of this thought-provoking
 exhibition," said Kathleen Murphy, Vice President of Corporate Communications.
 "Our society stands at the threshold of an era of important genetic
 discoveries that will impact nearly every aspect of our lives.  As a premier
 company within Michigan's emerging life sciences corridor, Genomic Solutions
 feels it is important to provide a well-rounded view and appreciation of the
 promise of genetic research."
     Murphy also noted that the company has experienced dramatic growth over
 the past several years.  Genomic Solutions will celebrate its first
 anniversary as a publicly held company with an event to be held at the Museum
 on May 4, 2001 at 7:00 p.m.  The gathering will honor the company's nearly
 200 worldwide employees, the majority of whom are based in Ann Arbor and
 Lansing, Michigan.  Genomic Solutions currently is the only publicly held life
 sciences company in Michigan.
     Activities surrounding Paradise Now include a panel discussion with
 exhibition curators and prominent scholars in the fields of medical ethics and
 genetics.  Other events will include family-oriented activities and scholarly
 discussion of special topics in genetic research.
 
     Genomic Solutions Inc. designs, develops, manufactures, markets and sells
 instruments, software, consumables and services used to determine the activity
 level of genes and to isolate, identify and characterize proteins.
 The company's products and systems enable researchers to perform complex, high
 volume experiments at a lower cost and in less time than traditional
 techniques.  As a result, Genomic Solutions products and systems facilitate
 more rapid and less expensive drug discovery.
     For more information, contact The University of Michigan Museum of Art at
 734-764-0395, or visit www.umich.edu/~umma.  Paradise Now exhibition hours are
 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, and Sunday noon to
 5:00 p.m.  The Museum has extended hours on Thursdays until 9:00 p.m.  There
 is no admission charge; suggested donation is $5.00.
 
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SOURCE Genomic Solutions Inc.
    ANN ARBOR, Mich., April 28 /PRNewswire/ --
 Genomic Solutions Inc. (Nasdaq:   GNSL), a leading, worldwide supplier of
 automated solutions for genomic and proteomic research, is the lead corporate
 sponsor for Paradise Now:  Picturing the Genetic Revolution, an art exhibition
 appearing through May 27, 2001 at The University of Michigan Museum of Art.
     (Photo:  http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20000714/GENOMICLOGO )
     Works featured in the exhibition showcase artists' curiosity and
 fascination with the process, meaning and ramifications of genetic research.
 The exhibition's variety of works investigates urgent issues and concerns
 triggered by the modification of nature, agriculture and human genetics,
 providing viewers an opportunity to focus on the dramatic advances in science.
 The works also provide viewers an opportunity to reflect on the boundaries
 between science and the human imagination.
     "As a leading supplier of genomic and proteomic research tools, Genomic
 Solutions is pleased to be a corporate sponsor of this thought-provoking
 exhibition," said Kathleen Murphy, Vice President of Corporate Communications.
 "Our society stands at the threshold of an era of important genetic
 discoveries that will impact nearly every aspect of our lives.  As a premier
 company within Michigan's emerging life sciences corridor, Genomic Solutions
 feels it is important to provide a well-rounded view and appreciation of the
 promise of genetic research."
     Murphy also noted that the company has experienced dramatic growth over
 the past several years.  Genomic Solutions will celebrate its first
 anniversary as a publicly held company with an event to be held at the Museum
 on May 4, 2001 at 7:00 p.m.  The gathering will honor the company's nearly
 200 worldwide employees, the majority of whom are based in Ann Arbor and
 Lansing, Michigan.  Genomic Solutions currently is the only publicly held life
 sciences company in Michigan.
     Activities surrounding Paradise Now include a panel discussion with
 exhibition curators and prominent scholars in the fields of medical ethics and
 genetics.  Other events will include family-oriented activities and scholarly
 discussion of special topics in genetic research.
 
     Genomic Solutions Inc. designs, develops, manufactures, markets and sells
 instruments, software, consumables and services used to determine the activity
 level of genes and to isolate, identify and characterize proteins.
 The company's products and systems enable researchers to perform complex, high
 volume experiments at a lower cost and in less time than traditional
 techniques.  As a result, Genomic Solutions products and systems facilitate
 more rapid and less expensive drug discovery.
     For more information, contact The University of Michigan Museum of Art at
 734-764-0395, or visit www.umich.edu/~umma.  Paradise Now exhibition hours are
 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, and Sunday noon to
 5:00 p.m.  The Museum has extended hours on Thursdays until 9:00 p.m.  There
 is no admission charge; suggested donation is $5.00.
 
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