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April 5th, 2007

Waters and Symyx integrate lab software for micro- and nanotech research

Waters Corp. and Symyx Technologies announce the integration of Waters' NuGenesis Scientific Data Management System (SDMS) with the Symyx Software Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN). By making the software products compatible with one another, the companies say scientists will more easily access, share, use, and document scientific information generated by multiple sources.

According to Patrick Martell, director of Waters Laboratory Informatics, "The regulatory and competitive environments in which modern pharmaceutical and chemical products are developed demand the highest standards of compliance and efficiency. This new integration of our products helps our customers keep pace with these demands."


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