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November 2016, Four things we're thankful for this year

Posted by: Judith Edwards
Nov. 28, 2016

We're grateful for the community

Have you been reading our Field Note entries this year? If you have, you’ve learned about researchers like Tim Assal, who’s using the CI-110 Plant Canopy Imager to help predict forest response to drought, and Simone Whitecloud who has used our CI-340 Handheld Photosynthesis System to study how alpine plants adapt to environmental stress. We are thankful for the scientists who are using our tools to do important work, and for their willingness to share that work with our CID community.

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Thankful for the support

Our network of distribution partners allows us to provide tailored service around the world. Thanks to our distributors, many of our international users receive in-person visits, answers to questions in locally spoken languages, and technical service and support in the same time zone.

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We have a fantastic team

Did you know that CID Bio-Science is made up of only 20 people? Even though we’re small, our team is able to design, engineer, manufacture, sell, and service our entire product line under one roof in Camas, Washington, USA. We know that providing you with the best products and service means working together and being grateful for each other every day.

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We're happy to hear from you

Lastly, we want to thank you for staying in touch—reading our newsletters, hanging out with us on social media, and talking to us about what we’re doing well and where we can continue to grow.

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