RADAR-base wins ‘Best of show’ at Bio-IT World 18

RADAR-base has won the ‘Best of show’ award at the Bio-IT World Conference 2018 in Boston, USA. The awards program recognises the best of the innovative product solutions for the life sciences industry on display at the Bio-IT...

The Best of Show program relies on a panel of expert judges from academia and industry who screen eligible new products and hear presentations from a list of finalists on site. This year ​judges considered 46 new products and viewed presentations on site from 18 finalists. The judges named winners in six categories this year: Data Integration & Management; Analysis & Data Computing; Genomic Data Services; Data Visualization & Exploration; Storage Infrastructure & Hardware; and the Judges’ Prize. Attendees also voted on the People’s Choice Award, selecting products that they believe measurably improve workflow or capacity, enabling better research.

RADAR-base won the Data Integration & Management award.

The 2018 judging panel included Joe Cerro, BostonCIO; Chris Dwan, Bridgeplate; Richard Holland, New Forest Ventures; Eleanor Howe, Diamond Age Data Science; Phillips Kuhl, Cambridge Healthtech Institute; Steve Marshall, Marshall Data Solutions; Michael Miller, Genentech; Art Morales, Analgesic Solutions; Nanguneri Nirmala, Tufts University School of Medicine; Alexander Sherman, Massachusetts General Hospital; Subi Subramanian, Vertex Pharmaceuticals; Bill Van Etten, BioTeam; and Proffitt.

“It’s always a treat to explore what’s new in our industry,” said Bio-IT World Editor, Allison Proffitt. “The innovation on display by Bio-IT World exhibitors never disappoints, and we are excited to shine a spotlight on the best life sciences has to offer.”

To read about all the winners, click here