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Old 10-17-2011, 04:58 PM   #1
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Default Some quick questions about web browsers available to next-gen labs


I am conducting a brief survey of which Internet browsers (and versions) are available to people in genomics labs. I have a few questions that I hope some people won't mind answering - they should honestly only take 60 sec to answer at most.

Since IT policies vary greatly between labs/departments/facilities, your answers to these quick questions can help ensure I plot the right course in the development of future LIMS UI projects.

Please find the questions in this Google Survey which I will be leaving open until Friday, October 28th.

I will gladly share my findings in this thread.

Michael Kuzyk

Michael Kuzyk, Ph.D.
Sr. Product Manager, Genomics
GenoLogics Life Sciences Software
LIMS for Next-Generation Genomics Labs
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