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The centre will provide expertise in cloud computing technologies and specific platforms including advanced Java, Spring, .NET, Python and statistical programming frameworks.
Currently the facility employs more than 250 professionals including software engineers from prestigious institutions and scientists with doctoral degrees.
This team is now building next-generation software, acting as an extension to Thermo Fisher's global software R&D teams.
The software centre of excellence is Thermo Fisher's first such facility globally.
According to the company's press release, cloud computing has the potential to significantly change lab workflows, and facilitate access to powerful data analysis techniques.