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GenoLogics picks up product of the year award

GenoLogics has picked up an award for its lab and data management system for genomics research, Geneus.

GenoLogics received the award from the Vancouver Island Technology Community at the annual Technology Awards Dinner hosted by VIATeC.

Geneus was first released in 2007 as a lab and data management solution designed specifically for the needs of genomics centres that perform sequencing, gene expression and genotyping research. Geneus accommodates workflows on any platform and simplifies end-to-end sample and data management by seamlessly plugging into lab instruments and automatically capturing data. This is important for many genomics research laboratories that are investing in NextGen sequencing platforms and exponentially growing the volume of data they must manage.

Geneus is the second data management solution launched by GenoLogics, which also deploys Proteus, a similar system for proteomics centres. Both research informatics products deliver flexible workflow management, advanced querying and reporting and a secure, web collaboration tool. Designed to scale, both products are built on a common platform that provide exceptional user-level configurability and the flexibility to adapt to changing requirements.

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