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BioInformatics LLC Announces the Life Science Industry Awards on November 15, 2011 in Washington, DC
Date:8/30/2011

ARLINGTON, Va., Aug. 30, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2011 Life Science Industry Awards® will be announced at the Grand Hyatt Washington on November 15 at a gala event from 5 pm to 8 pm.  Leading market research firm BioInformatics LLC (http://www.gene2drug.com) will host this year's awards.

The 2011 Life Science Industry Awards will honor the leading life science companies supporting biological research and drug discovery.  Awards will be granted in multiple product and service categories to include instruments, consumables, communication & support and research & technology.  Some of the categories for which suppliers will be recognized as "best in class" are:Cell biology instruments—microscope-basedInstrumentation for genomic analysisInstrumentation for protein analysis and purificationAntibodiesCell biology productsCell culture media and reagentsNucleic acid purification and separation productsBest use of the Internet and/or social media in 2011Most useful websiteMost responsive customer service department  "After a two year hiatus, we are excited to bring the Life Science Industry Awards back into the spotlight," says Bill Kelly, President of BioInformatics LLC.  "Life science supplier companies are often working behind the scenes, and these awards give them an opportunity to be recognized for their significant contribution to scientific discovery.  The huge level of interest shown by the scientific community in nominating the companies they consider best-in-class validates the prestige these awards confer upon the finalists."

BioInformatics LLC will field an online survey that enables scientists to vote for the supplier offering the best overall solution in categories that reflect the range of products used in academic, pharmaceutical, biotechnology and government labs around the world.  The ballot also probes for the reasons behind the scientists'
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