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Titian Software Supports Growth of the European Laboratory Automation Community

Published: Friday, November 08, 2013
Last Updated: Friday, November 08, 2013
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Titian to provide specialist insight as founding sponsor of ELRIGfr for the French speaking community.

Titian Software has announced that it is a founding sponsor of ELRIGfr for the French speaking community, a new division of the special interest group for laboratory automation and robotics.

ELRIG has had great success across Europe, particularly the UK, building a strong scientific network for the automation community via a series of meetings and conferences.

Titian will play a proactive role on the ELRIGfr steering committee, helping to establish in mainland Europe ELRIG’s successful formula for an open-access, informative communication forum for researchers and vendors.

ELRIGfr - born out of ‘Le Club Robotique’ - will enable ELRIG members to share educational resources and experiences in areas such as drug discovery and recombinant protein technology, with a larger network of people, offering increased collaborative and networking opportunities.

As the forefront developer and integrator of sample management software, Titian partners with numerous word-class automation providers, and will bring a unique overview of the industry to the ELRIGfr committee.

Edmund Wilson, Titian Software’s CEO, comments: “Working closely with pharma and bio-pharma companies we gain a first-hand understanding of the need for advanced automation capability, particularly with the modern, high-throughput nature of laboratories. Automation and robotics is rapidly evolving and we are delighted to be founding sponsors of ELRIGfr, to share our perspective and highlight important industry topics and trends.”


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