Advisory boards created for informatics products

Bio-Rad Laboratories, has launched an advisory board for its KnowItAll U product. It has also recently created an editorial board to look over its SpectraBase database, which is created, edited and reviewed by members of the spectroscopy community themselves.

Members of the KnowItAll U advisory board include Grace Baysinger of Stanford University, who has previously worked on the product, along with Judith Currano of the University of Pennsylvania, Andrea Twiss-Brooks of the University of Chicago, and Dr Engelbert Zass of ETH Zurich.

Dr James Haseth, Dr Peter Griffiths and Dr John L Markley, from the universities of Georgia, Idaho, and Wisconsin-Madison respectively, will be on SpectraBases editorial board.

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