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Thermo Fisher Scientific wins Frost and Sullivan award

17th January 2008

Thermo Fisher Scientific has been awarded the prestigious Frost and Sullivan Market Leadership Award for its outstanding contribution to the US High Content Screening (HCS) market.

The world leader in serving science has been rewarded for its Cellomics HCS products, which have been cited as being "excellent in all areas of market leadership, demonstrating the ability to monitor market changes and implement superior market strategies to meet rapidly changing industry demands".

Monette Greenway, president, Integrative Technologies Division, said "This accolade reflects our ability to react to a rapidly changing market.

"As HCS has increased in usage and discovery scientists have been demanding more advanced HCS platforms, our strategy has been to develop products that will enable us to provide our customers with a fully integrated, high-value HCS solution."

Thermo Fisher Scientific’s range of HCS platforms includes the Cellomics ArrayScan VTI HCS reader for cell-based research, exemplary reagents such as the Cellomics range of HCS Reagent Kits and biologically validated image analysis software; and informatics and data management tools, such as Cellomics Store and HCSExplorer.

Meanwhile, the company has announced that its annual Laboratory Informatics Symposium will take place in February at the Le Meriden in Bangalore, India.


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