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Management Moves

PharmaSeq Inc., 1 Deer Park Drive, Princeton

Corporate

Plaza, Suite F, Monmouth Junction 08852. Wlodek Mandecki, president

and CEO. 732-355-0100; fax, 732-355-0102. Home page:

www.pharmaseq.com

Richard G. Morris has replaced PharmaSeq’s founder, Wlodek Mandecki,

and CEO. "The addition of Richard to PharmaSeq will greatly

strengthen

the senior management team and significantly increase the potential

for reaching PharmaSeq’s corporate goals sooner," says Mandecki,

president and founder of PharmaSeq. His firm has developed laser

light-powered

microchips and related high-speed reading instruments for multiple

applications in gene diagnostics, drug discovery and proteomics. Its

nanotransponder is the newest DNA microchip in its family of

microtransponders.

Morris has a doctor’s degree from the University of California and

worked at Dionex Corp., where he was vice president of international

operations. As a vice president at Molecular Dynamics in Sunnyvale,

California, he managed sales and service operations. More recently

he was president of Sigma-Aldrich Research in St. Louis and chief

marketing officer at CambridgeSoft Corp., in Cambridge.

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Name Changes

Seabrook Industries, 114 West Franklin Avenue,

Straube Center, Suite K-8, Pennington 08534. Richard E. Drozdowski,

609-818-1090; fax, 609-818-1117. Home page: www.seabrook-usa.com

Delcon Inc. split into two companies, Seabrook Industries and Rancocas

Enterprises. Robert Arbaugh is now the head of Rancocas Enterprises

at 609-261-8379. Richard E. Drozdowski is in charge of Seabrook, which

moved to a smaller suite within the Straube Center. The company sells

specialty surfactants.

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Ceasing Operationis

Ariel Corporation (ADSP), 2540 Route 130, Suite

128, Cranbury 08512-3507. Jay H. Atlas, president. 609-860-2900; fax,

609-860-1155. Www.ariel.com

This company filed a document with the Securities and Exchange

Commission

saying that it was ceasing all regular operations effective January

31.

Once the object of a wild roller coaster ride on the stock market,

Ariel had hoped to merge with Mayan Corp. of San Diego. But that fell

through in October of 2001.

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Deaths

Marilyn L. Quinn-Carpenter, 65, on February 5. She had

been assistant to the president of the Automobile Club of Central

New Jersey.

Walter F. Gips Jr., 81, on February 10. He had been CEO

of Gulton Industries, a Fortune 500 electronics firm, at Princeton

Forrestal Center, and had a consulting practice at Research Park.

A service will be Wednesday, February 13, at 2 p.m., at Temple Micah,

meeting at 2688 Main Street, Lawrenceville (Lawrenceville Presbyterian

Church).

A memorial service for Ernest Gordon, long-time dean of

University Chapel, will be held on Saturday, February 16, at 2 p.m.,

to be followed by a pre-premiere showing of the film about the

prisoners

on the river Kwai, "To End All Wars." He died on January 16

at the age of 85.


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