Thermo Fisher Scientific Receives Awards for Software

Thermo Fisher Scientific (Waltham, Massachusetts) announced that it had received five Scientific Computing 2008 Readers’ Choice awards for software in four categories: laboratory information management systems (LIMS), bioinformatics, chromatography, and spectroscopy.

Thermo Fisher Scientific (Waltham, Massachusetts) announced that it had received five Scientific Computing 2008 Readers' Choice awards for software in four categories: laboratory information management systems (LIMS), bioinformatics, chromatography, and spectroscopy. Gold awards went to the company's Atlas chromatography data system software, Kinetica bioinformatics software, and GRAMS spectroscopy software. Bronze awards were given for the company's SampleManager LIMS software, OMNIC spectroscopy software, and GRAMS spectroscopy software. The awards are determined annually by the readers of Scientific Computing, a information technology publication from Advantage Media (Rockaway, New Jersey).