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Thermo Fisher Scientific Unveils New Laboratory Technologies at Analytica 2008
Date:3/31/2008

New Technologies and Expanded Reach Across Europe Help Customers to Move

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MUNICH, Germany, March 31 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. (NYSE: TMO), the world leader in serving science, today launched a number of innovative new products at Analytica 2008, the world's largest laboratory technology tradeshow, taking place in Munich, Germany, from April 1 - 4. The company's new technologies are focused on enabling customers to take advantage of the most advanced solutions available for their application -- from complex research to routine analysis.

"Today, we are unveiling in Europe novel tools that are built upon decades of experience in working with our customers to move science forward," said Marc N. Casper, executive vice president of Thermo Fisher Scientific. "We're excited to showcase breakthroughs covering a range of technology platforms, from RNA-interference to elemental analysis, molecular spectroscopy and mass spectrometry. You will also see how our technologies fit together to form a complete workflow, with a comprehensive protein research laboratory replicated in our booth.

"Furthermore, we continue to make strategic acquisitions that complement our technology breadth and strengthen our geographic market position. For example, our additions of NanoDrop micro UV-Vis systems, as well as Flux and La-Pha-Pack chromatography products and consumables, will allow us to more effectively deliver our unmatched offerings to customers in Europe and around the world."

The industry-leading portfolio of laboratory offerings from the company's premier brands, Thermo Scientific and Fisher Scientific, is on display in booths 105/204 and 121/220 in Hall B1.
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