NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Thermo Fisher Scientific today said it will work with Microsoft to develop a new next-generation lab-management system on the Microsoft platform.
 
The technology will be called the Electronic Laboratory Notebook.
 
Thermo, a member of Microsoft’s BioIT Alliance, said it has already developed its Darwin LIM system using the Microsoft.NET platform and will use Microsoft.NET 3.0 for the ELN system.
 

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