Network Biosystems is a development stage biotech/high tech company developing nanotechnology and microfluidics for DNA analysis in clinical, forensic, and genomic applications. Privately held and founded based on pioneering research performed at MIT's Whitehead Institute, NetBio fuses microelectronics and biotechnology to build "bio/nanotech" systems that sense and manipulate the physical world.
The Company has several broadly enabling technology platforms, all based on the integration of nanotechnology and microfluidics with biotechnology and molecular biology:
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