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FreeSlate launched from Symyx as independent software company

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FreeSlate Inc has been launched as an independent company focused on delivering integrated workflow solutions for R&D organisations seeking to maximise productivity and enhance innovation. FreeSlate, which previously operated as the High Productivity Research (HPR) business unit of Symyx Technologies, provides researchers with increased experimental capacity and faster decision-making via its microscale, high-throughput technology, lab execution and analysis software, and experienced engineers and application scientists.

'R&D organisations are continually seeking to accelerate discovery and development while avoiding unnecessary expenses. At FreeSlate, we use our expertise to deploy proven high-throughput technology solutions, enabling step-change gains in productivity and innovation for these customers,' said John Senaldi, chief executive officer of FreeSlate and former president of the HPR business unit at Symyx. 'Now as an independent company, we can maintain an even sharper focus on ensuring such results within the R&D labs of our broad, global customer base.'

FreeSlate owns an extensive portfolio of IP covering high-throughput, parallel and microscale technology. The company's offerings include comprehensive integrated workflow systems and product-related services such as technology development, feasibility demonstration, proof of concept, and managed services.