Profile: Trevor Jones

April 1, 2006
Trevor Jones is the 2006 President of the Robotic Industries Association. He is currently director of OEM business development for Thermo Electron Corp., Laboratory Automation and Integration (formerly CRS Robotics), based in Burlington, Ontario, Canada.

Jones is a graduate of McMaster University with an honors degree in Engineering and Management. In 1983, he was a co-founder of CRS Robotics, a “tabletop robotics” company that grew to become listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange in 1995, and was acquired by Thermo Electron in 2002. The company today provides automation for use in pharmaceutical and biotechnology drug discovery applications.

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