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Thomson Scientific to Host Pharmaceutical Vision - A User's Conference for Information, Regulatory Affairs, Competitive Intelligence and Biotechnology Professionals
Date:9/12/2007

National One-Day Meetings Scheduled for London, Paris, Munich, San

Francisco, CA and Princeton, NJ

PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Thomson Scientific, part of The Thomson Corporation (NYSE: TOC; TSX: TOC) and leading provider of information solutions to the worldwide research and business communities, announced today that it will be hosting its inaugural user's conference for information, regulatory affairs, competitive intelligence, and biotechnology professionals. Called Pharmaceutical Vision, it will be a series of national one-day meetings across five cities planned to provide end-users with the opportunity to meet product development specialists and professional trainers while engaging in hands-on demonstrations that showcase the latest in customized workflow solutions.

"Pharmaceutical Vision creates an opportunity for us to liaise directly with our customers in a range of markets," said Jon Brett-Harris, executive vice president of pharmaceutical and chemical markets at Thomson Scientific. "The keynote speakers and innovative, personalized sessions will spark discussion, create a forum of creativity, and allow the real experts -- the end-users -- to provide feedback."

In addition to user-group sessions throughout the day, a product drop-in room and product test lab will be available. The product drop-in room allows attendees an open opportunity to work through online queries with professional trainers, while the product test lab offers product specialists and development professionals the opportunity to discuss future developments and prototypes.

Combining authoritative information along with innovative technology, Pharmaceutical Vision will be he
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