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BIT Group Executive Featured in BioTechnology Series
Date:6/24/2010

Richard Henson, CEO of Source Scientific, LLC (a BIT Group Company) proffered his views of outsourcing product development trends as they pertain to the design and manufacture of diagnostic instrumentation in a recent interview by BIOCOM, the largest regional life science association in the world.

Irvine, CA, USA (PRWEB) June 23, 2010 -- BIT Group has revealed that Richard Henson, CEO of Source Scientific, LLC, ( a BIT Group Company located in Irvine, California) was recently selected to share his views regarding upcoming trends in diagnostic product development with BIOCOM, the largest regional life science association in the world. BIOCOM's series VIEW FROM THE TOP delivers the latest biotechnology industry knowledge and market insight through cutting-edge, video-driven interviews featuring top biotech executives.

The interview with Richard Henson covers the growing complexity of medical instrumentation and the role of outsourcing product development amidst the challenges of new and emerging technologies and increasingly complex regulatory requirements. According to Mr. Henson, because Source Scientific designs and manufactures systems for the clinical chemistry market as well as for therapeutic and other medical and diagnostic technology markets, he has gained an insight into upcoming challenges presented by increasingly sophisticated biotechnical advances. Mr. Henson asserts that because medical and diagnostic instrumentation is growing ever more complex, the competencies needed to produce this equipment are becoming more unique and multifaceted. "Medical companies look to qualified suppliers such as Source Scientific to provide the
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