Harvard Bioscience, Inc.

Harvard Bioscience is a global developer that manufactures and markets a broad range of specialized products. Our primary focus is scientific instruments used to advance life science and research.Harvard(1) Bioscience was founded in 1901. Frustrated by the poor quality of equipment then available, Dr. William T. Porter began manufacturing his own high quality physiology teaching equipment in the basement of the Harvard Medical School. Dr. Porter went on to found the American Journal of Physiology and became one of the leading physiologists of his day. His equipment gained an enviable reputation for quality and reliability and began to be known simply as the Harvard Apparatus. The name stuck.In the early 1980′s the company started using the name Harvard Bioscience and in 2000 we officially changed the name of the company to Harvard Bioscience, Inc. We completed our initial public offering in December 2000.Both we, and the field of physiology, have come a long way in 100 years. Today we are a leading worldwide supplier of scientific instruments used to improve life science research. Our products are used across a broad spectrum of both well established and cutting edge applications and are used by the world’s top pharmaceutical and biotech companies

Bank Name Harvard Bioscience, Inc.
Stock Exchange NASDAQ
Symbol HBIO
Sector Healthcare
Industry Biotechnology: Laboratory Analytical Instruments
Country United States
World Region Amarica
CEO Mr. Jeffrey A. Duchemin
Employees 413
Website www.harvardbioscience.com
Registered Year 413