Microsoft Life Sciences Innovation Awards 2010 winners announced

Microsoft announced the winners of the Microsoft Life Sciences Innovation Awards 2010, which honor pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies that demonstrate new solutions or the successful application of available software and devices to revolutionize medicine, bring therapeutic breakthroughs to market faster, fight serious ailments, improve health and enhance people's quality of life. This year, […]

Microsoft announced the winners of the Microsoft Life Sciences Innovation Awards 2010, which honor pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies that demonstrate new solutions or the successful application of available software and devices to revolutionize medicine, bring therapeutic breakthroughs to market faster, fight serious ailments, improve health and enhance people's quality of life. This year, companies that demonstrated benefits and metrics as a result of their technology implementation were recognized.

The Microsoft Life Sciences Innovation Awards 2010 were announced in Washington, D.C., at the Drug Information Association's 46th annual meeting during an evening reception. 2010 winners: Emory University with Thermo Fisher Scientific, Merck with ProtonMedia Inc., Pfizer Inc., Stanford University Medical Center with NextDocs.

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