The Scientist Magazine announces ADInstruments as the best place to work in 2012

8 Jun 2012

Sal Sadoti

Sal Sadoti, one of the engineering technicians at ADInstruments

The Scientist Magazine recently announced the top 10 industrial companies for which to work in 2012. At the top of the list, ADInstruments stands out as a customer oriented company with a laid-back, friendly work environment.

“This year, ADInstruments, a New Zealand-born company that provides researchers and astronauts alike with physiology-monitoring equipment, takes first place, in part for its collegial environment, where problems are most often solved in groups rather than in isolation.”
The Scientist, Magazine of the Life Sciences; June 1, 2012

“It’s gratifying to work at a company where a whole day spent helping solve clients’ problems is not considered wasted time.”

Brandon Bucher
Project Manager
ADInstruments North America

Read the whole story at The Scientist website.

By Matthew Goddard

Science Manager

Researcher, Dad and motorbike racer.