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    Proteome Systems Ltd is a leading proteomics technology, diagnostics and discovery company. It has developed and commercialised a comprehensive solution for high throughput proteomics, ProteomIQ,...
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    Yield Engineering Systems (YES) is a privately held company that manufactures engineering process control equipment to meet the needs of innovative engineers and lab managers. YES designs and builds...
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    Zeptosens is a division of Bayer (Schweiz) and is part of Bayer Technology Services GmbH, one of the leading providers of high quality technology services around the globe. Zeptosens, located near...
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    The business idea of nextnano GmbH is the development of software for the simulation of electronic and optoelectronic semiconductor nano devices and materials (e.g. transistors, resonant tunneling...
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    Founded in 1996, LifeSensors is a privately held biotechnology company located 35 miles west of Philadelphia. The main focus at LifeSensors is to develop enabling technologies to translate genome into...
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    HandyLab develops and manufactures small, low-cost nucleic acid and protein-based analysis systems for clinical diagnostic markets. The patented, self-contained microfluidic systems are capable of...
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    Three decades ago engineers realized that fabrication methods that gave birth to the semiconductor industry could be used to make devices for regulating nano-scale quantities of fluids and gasses....
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    Chromatrap® is a product of Porvair Sciences, a wholly owned subsidiary of Porvair plc. We are one of the largest manufacturers of Ultra-Clean microplates, 96 well well filtration plates and...
  • Article - 30 Mar 2004
    The University of Houston has expanded with a $76 million Science and Engineering Research and Classroom Complex. Posted March 24 2004
  • News - 11 Nov 2010
    Membrane-associated receptors, channels and transporters are among the most important drug targets for the pharmaceutical industry. The search for new drugs resembles looking for a needle in a...