BioInformatics Inc., part of Science and Medicine Group, the leading research and advisory firm serving the life science tools market, announced the winners of the Life Science Industry Awards for the most innovative new products in 2019.

 

Here are the 2019 Winners of the Life Science Industry Awards – Innovation:

 

Most Innovative New Product – Cell Biology

Fluidigm (Gold Award) for its Maxpar Direct Immune Profiling System

Tecan (Silver Award) for its Spark Cyto plate reader with real-time image cytometry

Agilent Technologies (Bronze Award) for its xCELLigence RTCA eSight

 

Most Innovative New Product – Genomics

 

Pacific Biosciences (Gold Award) for its Sequel II System

Agilent Technologies (Silver Award) for its Magnis NGS Prep System

Thermo Fisher Scientific (Bronze Award) for its QuantStudio 6 and 7 Pro Real-Time PCR Systems

 

Most Innovative New Product – Protein Analysis

 

Thermo Scientific (Gold Award) for its Orbitrap Exploris 480 Mass Spectrometer

Gyros Protein Technologies for its PurePep Chorus

Bruker for its TimsTOF FleX

 

“With their in-depth understanding of customer needs, each of these innovative companies establishes differentiation and improves their competitiveness in every phase of their products’ lifecycle — from the actual design and manufacture of the product to its pricing, delivery and post-sale support, said Craig Overpeck, chief executive office of Science and Medicine Group, parent company of BioInformatics. “Through our countless surveys, interviews, focus groups and hundreds of reports, we’re proud to have played a role in our clients’ successes by helping them see their markets and themselves through the eyes of their customers.”

 

Since 2002, the Life Science Industry Awards have recognized manufacturers of the “tools of science” that help advance biological research and drug discovery. Beginning in 2019, the Life Science Industry Awards have expanded to include three new categories to recognize the most innovative new products released this year. The editors of Instrument Business Outlook and the scientists who comprise BioInformatics’ market insights team selected the winners.

 

For more information please visit http://www.LifeScienceIndustryAwards.com

 

 

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