Thermo Fisher Scientific Launches New Stem Cell Solutions Program
Product News Dec 20, 2007
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. has introduced its Thermo Scientific Stem Cell Excellence program, an initiative that brings together nearly 100 essential laboratory products and services, spanning instruments, consumables, reagents, and informatics as well as service and automation, to address the needs of stem cell researchers.
The Thermo Scientific Stem Cell Excellence program organizes the company’s offerings around the four key steps in the stem cell workflow: collection/preparation; expansion/differentiation; characterization/analysis; and storage/transport – to cover the full stem cell research process.
The Thermo Scientific Stem Cell Excellence program is supported by a web portal – located at www.thermo.com/stemcell – which provides detailed product information and supporting application content on the full range of Thermo Scientific products and services associated with stem cell research.
According to company, the solution offers a choice of best-in-class product offerings, including stem cell media products from the HyClone® AdvanceSTEM™ product family; high-quality consumables from the Nalgene® and Nunc® product portfolio; time-tested lab instruments from the Sorvall®, Heraeus®, Forma® and Revco® product lines; purified water from its Barnstead® product suite, along with key technologies such as its Nautilus® LIMS software and Matrix® liquid handling automation products.
Announcing this significant new development for Thermo Fisher Scientific, Julie Sperry, vice president, strategic marketing, said, “As the world leader in serving science we are in an unrivalled position to provide researchers with end-to-end workflow solutions to meet their laboratory requirements.”
“This new Stem Cell Excellence program leverages our expansive product portfolio while demonstrating a strong commitment to advancing the exciting area of stem cell research.” Sperry continued, “As a result, we can partner with users to deliver the best tools possible to support this critical research area.”