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  December 11, 2017
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Genedata

Margarethenstrasse 38
CH-4053 Basel
Switzerland

Phone: +41 (0)61 511 8400
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Description:

Genedata transforms data into intelligence with innovative software solutions that support large-scale, experimental processes in life science research. Founded in 1997, Genedata delivers enterprise solutions for data analytics that streamline R&D workflows and improve research productivity. Today, most of the leading pharmaceutical, agrochemical, and biotechnology companies, as well as some of the most innovative life science research institutions rely on Genedata.

Headquartered in Switzerland with offices throughout Europe, the USA, and Asia, Genedata is privately held and employs more than 200 scientific and computational experts. Collaborating with the global leaders in life science industries, Genedata combines its computational, scientific and technical expertise with significant domain knowledge to deliver user-friendly solutions that are scalable, open, and aligned with industry processes. Genedata is passionate about helping customers control R&D costs as they develop safe, next-generation products and therapies.

www.genedata.com



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Last update of this entry: September 27, 2017

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