Issue Date: January 21, 2013
Instrument Maker Wyatt Charts Its Own Course
Every year, big companies buy their smaller competitors; it’s the way of the world. In fact, some small companies actively seek larger owners. But that is not the case for 30-year-old Wyatt Technology, a quirky family-owned maker of particle analysis instruments in Santa Barbara, Calif., that vows to stay independent.
Wyatt is a maker of instruments for laser light scattering, which is a technique that harnesses lasers and photon detectors and . . .
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