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BMG Labtech Joins ALSSA

Published: Thursday, March 25, 2010
Last Updated: Thursday, March 25, 2010
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The ALSSA - Analytical & Life Science Systems Association - Board of Directors recently approved applications for membership submitted by BMG LABTECH, Inc. Based in Cary, North Carolina.

BMG LABTECH is  a leading developer and global manufacturer of microplate reader instrumentation with a wide range of measurement methods. BMG LABTECH’s products are used in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries, as well as in academic research establishments, for both basic research analysis and High Throughput Screening. Ron Earp PhD, President, will serve as the official representative to ALSSA and E.J. Dell PhD, Business Development and Applications Scientist, will serve as the alternate contact.

ALSSA's mission is to be an advocate for our industry and a valuable aid to users' advancement of science and life. The companies that are members of ALSSA are globally-focused corporations involved in a range of scientific challenges and their technologies are used to conduct research, testing, discovery and product development in a wide range of industries. Applications include pharmaceuticals and drug discovery, biotechnology, chemicals and chemical processing, food safety, life science and medical research, university and scientific research, forensics, molecular diagnostics testing and environmental testing.

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