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LabRoots Launches Social Networking Site for Scientists & Engineers
Date:3/24/2009

easy for scientists to discover meaningful collaborations regardless of location or field of expertise. In addition to connecting with others who share their interests, LabRoots users can ask and answer questions about their research and other topics, create and join groups, and review companies and products. Additionally, users can search for relevant publications directly from the site; bookmark important publications, and share them with others.
 
About LabRootsLabRoots is a social utility designed to network the professional scientific community based on individual scientific experience, discipline, and aptitude. LabRoots is relevant for all scientists including those within the fields of Life Science, Clinical Science, Health Science, Medical Science, Environmental Science, Earth Science, Space Science Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Engineering and Computer Science. LabRoots is executing an extensive marketing plan in order to build a rich scientific community, and has a team of experienced sales professionals presenting LabRoots products to potential advertisers. LabRoots management team includes Greg Cruikshank (CEO), Don Cruikshank (COO), JP Wang (Director), and Alfred Herzing (Director of Sales and Marketing).
 
More information can be found at www.LabRoots.com.
 
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Dawn Obermoeller
Red Bridge Marketing
(512) 301-4094
dawn@redbridgemarketing.com
 
LabRoots
press@labroots.com
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