Thermo Fisher Scientific

Thermo Fisher Scientific

Waltham, Massachusetts, United States
Waltham United States
Employees:
62,500
Market Cap:
$77.85 billion
Revenue:
$20.92 billion
5 Year Trend:
10.8%
Net Income:
$2.15 billion
NYSE:
TMO
Founded:
1956

Thermo Fisher Scientific is an American multinational, biotechnology product development company, created in 2006 by the merger of Thermo Electron and Fisher Scientific. In April 2013, after a competitive bidding with Hoffmann-La Roche, Thermo Fisher acquired Life Technologies Corp for $13.6 billion in a deal that would rank the firm as one of the leading companies in the genetic testing and precision laboratory equipment markets. Wikipedia

Thermo Fisher Scientific

Waltham, Massachusetts, United States
Waltham United States

Thermo Fisher Scientific is an American multinational, biotechnology product development company, created in 2006 by the merger of Thermo Electron and Fisher Scientific. In April 2013, after a competitive bidding with Hoffmann-La Roche, Thermo Fisher acquired Life Technologies Corp for $13.6 billion in a deal that would rank the firm as one of the leading companies in the genetic testing and precision laboratory equipment markets. Wikipedia

Employees:
62,500
Market Cap:
$77.85 billion
Revenue:
$20.92 billion
5 Year Trend:
10.8%
Net Income:
$2.15 billion
NYSE:
TMO
Founded:
1956
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  • 2017 Image ContestMrs. Miranda Waldron, University of Cape Town, submitted these nano Christmas trees comprised of a composite of various samples imaged in 2017: baby starfish, pollen grains and sponge spicules. Submit your image! http://ow.ly/QIFG30hkfhY
  • Deadline approaching! Could you be our next prize-winning Young Investigator? If you recently published work that possesses significant biological relevance in a scientific journal, you might be able to win $3,000 and a sponsored talk on your subject. Submit your paper for our Young Investigator Life Sciences Award. http://ow.ly/F8Yv30hkAwY
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Last chance for 2017 Image ContestHeres a snowman courtesy of Dr. Thomas Loeber, TU Kaiserslautern NSC, wishing you a Merry Christmas! The pyramidal tip of an AFM cantilever was partially cut off with a FIB system. In the truncated pyramid, three glass spheres were stacked on top of each other. A SNOM cantilever with one glass sphere is used for diffuse light scattering. For fun, the snowman was sketched. Submit your image! http://ow.ly/4n3C30hkAHV

2017 Image ContestMrs. Miranda Waldron, University of Cape Town, submitted these nano Christmas trees comprised of a composite of various samples imaged in 2017: baby starfish, pollen grains and sponge spicules. Submit your image! http://ow.ly/QIFG30hkfhY

Deadline approaching! Could you be our next prize-winning Young Investigator? If you recently published work that possesses significant biological relevance in a scientific journal, you might be able to win $3,000 and a sponsored talk on your subject. Submit your paper for our Young Investigator Life Sciences Award. http://ow.ly/F8Yv30hkAwY

This week is World #AntibioticAwareness Week, where we are reminded of how limited our resources are against resistant infections. Did you know that we partner with many pharmaceutical companies as they develop new antibiotics, so we are able to provide #AST solutions for the latest compounds? This expands patient treatment options for clinicians, and combined with our true MIC results, facilitates more targeted treatment recommendations, for responsible administration of antibiotics. Our selection of over 240 antimicrobials even includes delafloxacin, meropenem/vaborbactam and gamithromycin. To learn more, visit http://ow.ly/dEIp30grjPC and check out our learning center for more information about antimicrobial resistance and stewardship efforts, straight from the experts http://ow.ly/xpY130grjPD

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