Expression Analysis Launches a new Website and Offers Scientists
News Aug 06, 2009
The url stays the same, but www.ExpressionAnalysis.com looks a lot different today. The redesigned website allows researchers and scientists to easily navigate and locate the information and services they are looking for, in most cases in just one click. Additionally a revamped search tool enables users to find valuable information on a wide range of scientific topics.
“As more organizations rely on Expression Analysis as their genomic service provider of choice, we needed a new way to display and deliver the wealth of scientific knowledge and services we have to offer,” said Steve McPhail, the company’s CEO. “The site is user friendly, material is easier to find and it is displayed in a very contemporary package.”
Displayed prominently on the homepage is a product/service selector, broken down by DNA and RNA services. Visitors to the website need not go further than the homepage to know exactly what Expression Analysis offers and on what technology platforms.
To promote the site Expression Analysis is offering 5 Scientists 100 free isolations. The company has embedded the number 100 on multiple pages throughout the site. Locate one and click on the image for a chance to receive the free isolations.
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