SoftMax® Pro Protocol winner announced
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The contest encourages scientists to try the new SoftMax® Pro 6 Software and share their protocols amongst peers.
Alan R. Stafford, MSc from the Thrombosis and Atherosclerosis Research Institute (TaARI), Ontario, Canada received the prize of a $500 Amazon gift voucher.
Launched in November 1, 2011, the contest encourages scientists to try the new SoftMax® Pro 6 Software and share their protocols amongst peers via the SoftMax®Pro Community (www.softmaxpro.org), the submitted protocols are then judged by a Molecular Devices panel along with votes submitted from the SoftMax® Pro community users based on novelty/innovation, community value/usefulness to others, protocol maturity, complexity, and correctness, of the submitted protocol.
Molecular Devices is running the Protocol Contest every quarter through 2012. For more information please visit www.softmaxprocontest.com
Commenting on the SoftMax® Pro 6 Software, Alan R. Stafford noted: “The latest software has a layout that is very intuitive, which makes setting up experiments exceptionally fast. I find the ability to share protocols through the “protocol home page” extremely useful, allowing users with a range of expertise to potentially build protocol data bases relevant to their fields.”
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