SOURCE: American Laboratory

American Laboratory

September 20, 2011 06:00 ET

American Laboratory Now Available on iPad

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - Sep 20, 2011) - American Laboratory, a leading publication for the laboratory industry, announced today the release of its first app for the iPad, the American Laboratory Reader. Scientists and researchers can now experience the great content and features of American Laboratory by downloading the latest magazine each month for free.

The American Laboratory Reader is fully interactive and features:

  • Search and browse functionality
  • Pan and zoom reading
  • Advertiser index
  • New-issue notifications via App store

Currently one of the only publications for the laboratory industry available on the iPad, American Laboratory continues to stay ahead of the curve and keep up with demand for mobile apps and advertising.

"At American Laboratory we are always looking for ways to innovate and continue to grow our products," said Bo Purtic, MBA, PhD, General Manager of American Laboratory. "The American Laboratory Reader represents our commitment to both improve resources for scientists and researchers, and increase product exposure for marketers."

The American Laboratory Reader is available for free from the App Store or at

American Laboratory
Headquartered in South San Francisco, California, American Laboratory / Labcompare is a subsidiary of CompareNetworks, Inc., a leading global media company for the life science, healthcare and information industries. American Laboratory/Labcompare provides analytical chemists and life scientists with up-to-date information about equipment, instrumentation, and applications that they use in their labs every day. Addressing basic research, clinical diagnostics, drug discovery, environmental, food and beverage, forensics, and other markets, American Laboratory/Labcompare combines in-depth articles, news, and video to deliver the latest advances in their fields to thousands of print and online subscribers.

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