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Bio-Rad Gets Life Science Industry Awards – 200

International life sciences magazine - ‘The Scientist’ announced the winners of the 2007 Life Science Industry Awards//.

The awards have been instituted to honor "best-in-class" companies in the life sciences. The Life Science Industry Awards are given to top life science suppliers for their outstanding and unparalleled performance. They have been instituted by The Scientist magazine, with the support of The Life Science Executive Exchange and The Science Advisory Board.

Bio-Rad Laboratories have been declared winners in the following categories:

Product categories and winners are:
Image Analysis Systems: Bio-Rad Laboratories (AMEX: BIO and BIOb) Instrumentation for Protein Analysis: Bio-Rad Laboratories (AMEX: BIO and BIOb)

Protein Separation Products: Bio-Rad Laboratories (AMEX: BIO and BIOb) Over 3,000 scientists from around the world were independently surveyed by leading market research firm BioInformatics, LLC. The thousands of participating scientists cast their votes for the companies that have made the greatest contributions to life science technology in the past year. As a result, the awards recognize those suppliers voted "best-in-class" in each of the 14 product categories, and six communications and support categories. Although more than 500 individual companies were nominated, only 28 achieved the status of Finalist and from this group 11 were named Winners.

“The Scientist is proud to recognize the contributions of these companies to the life science research community,” says The Scientist’s Editor and Publisher Richard Gallagher. “This year’s finalists and winners provide a remarkable set of products and services to the industry. That they were selected by the scientists they serve as the best in their fields should be very rewarding to them.”

The response to this year’s awards is evidence of The Scientist’s unparalleled reach into the life science community. With over 64,000 print subs
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