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Cranage EMC & Safety Client Up for European Award!

Cranage EMC & Safety News and PR from Cranage EMC & Safety - Published 01 June 2016 We are pleased to inform you that one of our satisfied customers, Diagnostics for the Real World, Ltd (DRW), has been nominated by the European Patent Office as Inventor of the year. - See more at: ht
Dr Helen Lee, President & CEO had written to us after Cranage carried out EMC and safety testing for her company:

“We would like to thank you for the high quality and efficiency of your service. The report was both comprehensive and excellent. Most of all, we appreciated your flexibility and commitment in providing the testing which are critical to our CE marking.”

In case you are interested in the technologies of DRW, that have simplified nucleic acid testing from a machine the size of a mini to that of a coffee machine, search on Youtube for 'Helen Lee - Diagnostic kits for developing countries' which is a video by the European Patent Office which outlines what her invention does.

There is also a competition by popular vote which will be awarded at a gala evening in Lisbon by the Prime Minister of Portugal and broadcasted worldwide by CNN. Please show your support by voting using the steps below:

Visit the 'European Patent Office' webpage.
Search for Helen Lee and click the second link from the search results. From here, follow the directions titled 'Vote for Helen Lee'.
High Quality and Efficiency of Service

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