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Strand Life Sciences creates US subsidiary

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Bangalore, India-based Strand Life Sciences has created a US-based subsidiary, Strand Scientific Intelligence (Strand SI) to commercialise its innovative scientific intelligence solutions around the world.

With the wide availability of low cost, high-throughput measurement technologies, scientists in life and health sciences face the complex challenge of making sense of abundant data. Strand has developed its Scientific Intelligence products with the aim of helping scientists working within the health and life sciences sectors to transform their raw data into useful insights.

'Scientific Intelligence brings to the scientific community what business intelligence brought to financial and industrial users, a pragmatic approach to transform massive amounts of information into insights and decisions,' said François Mandeville, Strand’s executive vice president and general manager of the US subsidiary.