NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Thermo Fisher Scientific said today that it has joined the BioIT Alliance, a group of biotech and IT companies working with Microsoft to advance biomedical information technology.
 
Dave Champagne, vice president of informatics and general manager at Thermo Fisher, said that the company’s strategy for standardization and interoperability aligns well with the goals of the Alliance.
 

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