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Thermo Fisher Scientific has announced that its informatics solutions have won Scientific Computing's 2007 Readers' Choice Awards in four categories.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has announced that its informatics solutions have won Scientific Computing's 2007 Readers' Choice Awards in four categories: chromatography data systems, spectroscopy software, laboratory information management systems, and bioinformatics. Approximately 45,000 scientific and IT managers annually vote for the best products in their field, and this year Thermo Scientific Atlas CDS, SampleManager LIMS, Kinetica bioinformatics software, and GRAMS spectroscopy software achieved winning nominations.
Dave Champagne, vice president and general manager of informatics at Thermo Fisher Scientific, comments: "This recognition demonstrates the strength of Thermo Fisher Scientific's informatics offerings in the marketplace and underscores the support we have from our customers. Users provide a valuable, independent testimonial and to receive nominations for our entire range of product offerings is extremely rewarding."
Other winners included Agilent Technologies for the GeneSpring MS system, Advanced Chemistry Development, Inc. for their ACD/ChemSketch system, Waters Corporation for the Empower and NuGenesis systems, and Dionex Corporation for the Chromeleon system.