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

choice and for the elements that drive customer satisfaction and loyalty.

Until September 29, 2011, life science suppliers will have the opportunity to encourage their customers to "get out and vote" for their favorite suppliers in all of the product and service categories.  See www.lifescienceindustryawards.com for a complete list of the categories.

The 2011 Life Science Industry Awards gala will be held concurrent with Neuroscience 2011.  The Washington Grand Hyatt is located close to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center where thousands of leading scientists will be gathering and hundreds of companies will be exhibiting at the annual Society for Neuroscience meeting.

Additionally, the Life Science Industry Awards will be sponsored by branding agencies, ad agencies, scientific publishers and other companies that support the companies that make the tools of science.

"Hundreds of executives from life science supplier companies have attended past awards ceremonies," says Kelly.  "We expect this year's event to be the biggest yet and a real source of pride for our industry."

Past winners of the Life Science Industry Awards include:

AccelrysBD BiosciencesBio-RadCarl ZeissGE HealthcareLife TechnologiesNew England BiolabsPerkinElmerQIAGENSigma-AldrichThermo Fisher ScientificFor more information on the awards, past winners, and attending the event, please visit http://www.LifeScienceIndustryAwards.com.

To learn about sponsorship opportunities, please call 703.778.3080 x 31.

The Life Science Industry Awards® is a joint registered trademark owned by BioInformatics LLC and The Scientist.

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