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EdgeNetics Technologies today announced formation of an Interdisciplinary research team that effectively combines life sciences, computational sciences, and information technology to provide cutting-edge solutions.

EdgeNetics Technologies to Expand with An Interdisciplinary Research Team

San Francisco, CA | Posted on December 7th, 2009

EdgeNetics Technologies aims to build deep domain expertise and to provide innovative solutions for leading universities, healthcare institutes, research organizations, pharmaceutical, and bio-cogno-neuro sciences and technology industries.

EdgeNetics has been developing expertise and reusable software components that help in providing services ranging from data integration and warehousing, computational models, information systems, regulatory compliance, visualization and analytics.

Armed with deep technical expertise, in-depth domain knowledge and a vast experience in software development, the strong interdisciplinary team will be ably guided by a Scientific Advisory Board and several domain experts in computational sciences, nanotechnology, bio-cogno-neuro sciences and instrumentation.

EdgeNetics has collaborated with various universities and institutes and has been a key part of their engineering team. The Interdisciplinary team at EdgeNetics has also joined hands with leading commercial R&D centers and is a part of an alliance. The alliance is a cross-industry group working to integrate science and technology with a view of shortening the time from discovery to application of new knowledge.

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About EdgeNetics Technologies
EdgeNetics Technologies (edgenetics.com) is a leading provider of information technology, consulting, business process sourcing, and product outsourcing services. EdgeNetics combines global technology and innovation know-how, deep domain expertise and worldwide resources to working together with clients to make their businesses stronger. We combine a unique global delivery model infused by a distinct culture of customer satisfaction.

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EdgeNetics Technologies, Inc.
120 Hyde Street Suite # 37
San Francisco, CA 94102
Phone : +1-415-793-8339
Fax : +1-415-345-8581

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