ARLINGTON, Va., March 27 /PRNewswire/ -- The Life Science Executive Exchange -- the professional social network for senior executives in the business of science announced it will again be a supporting sponsor of The Life Science Industry Awards.
The annual awards are organized by The Scientist in collaboration with leading market research firm, BioInformatics, LLC. The 2008 Life Science Industry Awards will be presented at a gala ceremony beginning at 5 pm on June 3, 2008 concurrent with the General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology in Boston, Massachusetts. The Scientist magazine will also showcase the winners in its September issue.
"Our nearly 5,000 members are leaders at the companies that are honored each year for their support of life science research," said Karen Blaine, Executive Director of The Life Science Executive Exchange. "We're proud to lend our support to this important and prestigious event."
The Life Science Industry Awards are determined by the votes of researchers from academic, pharmaceutical, biotechnology and government labs around the world. Thousands of scientists have already cast their votes for the top suppliers in each of the following categories:
Cell Biology Instruments-Flow Cytometer-Based -- Cell Biology Instruments- Microscope-Based -- Cell Biology Kits and Reagents -- Cell Culture Media and Reagents -- Computer Hardware -- Gene Expression Analysis Products -- High Throughput Screening and Analysis Systems -- Image Analysis Systems -- Instrumentation for Genomic Analysis -- Instrumentation for Protein Analysis -- Laboratory Plasticware -- Nucleic acid purification and separation products -- Protein purification and separation products -- RNAi Products -- Most Useful Print Catalog -- Most Responsive Customer Service -- Most Knowledgeable Technical Support -- Most Useful Web Site -- Most Supportive Sales Representatives -- Most Memorable Print Advertisements
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