If Santa Doesn't Bring Life Scientists What They Need, These Catalogs Will
HOLLISTON, Mass., Nov. 20, 2013
HOLLISTON, Mass., Nov. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --This holiday season as usual,
mailboxes will be filled to bursting with catalogs offering every imaginable
item. However, there's one series of catalogs that relatively few people will
ever see—except for those within the life science community.Indeed, life
scientists in the U.S. and around the world depend heavily on these particular
publications, which are issued by Holliston, MA-based Harvard Bioscience.
People don't have to be farmers to appreciate The Old Farmer's Almanac.
Likewise, they don't necessarily have to be scientists to appreciate the vast
array of products that help life scientists do their work. For those wondering
what's on the holiday wish list of their friendly neighborhood scientist or
medical researcher, the answer can be found in Harvard Bioscience's catalogs,
which feature specialized scientific instruments to advance life science
research. The demand for these catalogs comes from more than 100 countries and
helps Harvard Bioscience sellits products to the world's top pharmaceutical
and biotechnology companies, universities and government laboratories.
The catalogs that Harvard Bioscience publish offer brand-name equipment and
merchandise from such trusted names as Biochrom, Hoefer, Panlab, Warner
Instruments, KD Scientific, Hugo Sachs Elektronik, BTX and Denville
Scientific. Harvard Apparatus also has licensing and collaboration agreements
with GE Healthcare, Thermo Fisher Scientific, VWR and other leading companies.
Sales come through the catalogs as well as the company's website, distributors
and worldwide field sales organization.
As Jeffrey A. Duchemin, Harvard Bioscience's President and CEO, explains,
"Most of our products are highly specialized for particular research
applications in molecular, cellular and physiology research. Our brands are
well-established names that convey quality, consistency and reassurance to
scientists concerned about getting the highest-quality data from their
research. It has been our mission and our passion to support research with the
tools they need.We have a long history, but we will never rest on our
laurels. Scientific technology is ever-changing, and we strive to offer
state-of-the-art products to each and every customer so they always have the
best of whatever they want and need. That's what makes this field so
exciting—it's just never known where the next breakthrough will come from."
For more information, visit www.harvardbioscience.com, who paid for the
writing and dissemination of this release.
Contact: Laura Radocaj, Dian Griesel Int'l. 212.825.3210
SOURCE Harvard Bioscience
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