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Allotrope Foundation partners with Osthus Inc. to develop state-of-the-art open framework for laboratory data
Date:9/23/2013

le using a common set of standard tools. Allotrope aims to make the intelligent analytical laboratory a reality – an automated laboratory where data, methods and hardware components are seamlessly shared between disparate platforms, and where one-click reports can be produced using data generated on any analytical instrument. Allotrope's vision of an intelligent analytical laboratory will be realized through the creation of an open "ecosystem" in collaboration and consultation with vendors and the analytical community.
For further information, see http://www.allotrope.org/, or email info@allotrope.org.

About Osthus:
Osthus is a leading global systems integrator specializing in process and data integration for R&D in life sciences and related industries. Equipped with a unique partner portfolio and interdisciplinary subject matter experts, Osthus offers consulting, integration, development, operations and maintenance services to leading research companies world-wide. 
For further information, see http://osthus.com, or email media@osthus.com.


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