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Amphora Research Systems welcomes Advanced Polymer Monitoring Technologies
Date:4/18/2013

(PRWEB) April 18, 2013

Amphora Research Systems welcomes Advanced Polymer Monitoring Technologies (APMT) as its’ newest client.

Rob Swan, Sales Director at Amphora, explains: “ We are delighted to welcome APMT as our newest client. We believe that their choice of PatentSafe for their electronic laboratory notebook requirements reflects the forward thinking attitude of this innovative company. I look forward to working with them.”

Michael Drenski, co-founder and CTO of APMT said ‘’PatentSafe is the preferred ELN solution for APMT. PatentSafe does not seek to change the way we work but works with our existing practices, this means adoption of the system is swift and painless.”

Amphora is one of the world's major suppliers of Electronic Lab Notebooks and associated record keeping systems for patent purposes.

Amphora's particular strength and focus is to help organisations create experimental records that will stand the test of time - and the rigours of the courtroom.

APMT was founded in 2012 as a spin-off from the Tulane University Center for Polymer Reaction monitoring and Characterization (PolyRMC). The Company is an innovative start-up providing customized online monitoring solutions for all types of polymer producers seeking to optimize their manufacturing processes and improve product quality. The basis for APMT's products and services are a portfolio of Tulane University patents which were invented by Prof. Wayne Reed, Director of PolyRMC, and developed by Prof. Reed and the other founders of APMT while at PolyRMC.

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Amphora Research Systems has been releasing scientists from the tyranny of the Paper Laboratory Notebook since 1996. Amphora Research Systems is one of the world's leading suppliers of electronic laboratory notebooks. Its software products, including PatentSafe, are used around the world by large and small companies, includ
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