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Life Science Industry Awards to Be Announced June 3, 2008 in Boston
Date:3/17/2008

ARLINGTON, Va., March 17 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2008 Life Science Industry Awards will be announced at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel on June 3, 2008 at a gala event from 5 pm to 8 pm. Leading market research firm BioInformatics, LLC (http://www.gene2drug.com) and The Scientist magazine (http://www.the-scientist.com) again sponsor this year's awards.

The annual awards honor the leading life science companies supporting biological research and drug discovery. Six other awards recognize the suppliers that are "best-in-class" in six customer communications and support categories, including: print catalog, customer service, technical support, Web site, sales representatives and print advertisements.

"More than 4,000 scientific customers have already cast their ballots making this the biggest turnout in the history of the awards," said Bill Kelly, President of BioInformatics, LLC. "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 created a detailed 34-question survey that enables scientists to nominate 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' choice and probes for the elements that drive customer satisfaction and loyalty.

The 2008 Life Science Industry Awards gala will be held concurrent with the General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology. The Renaissance Boston Waterfront is located close to the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center where thousands of leading scientists will be gathering and hundreds of companies will be exhibiting.

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