Amid Swill and Swine, a DNA-Chip Reader is Born | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, July 11 - Who needs the lush carpeting of a convention center to debut your biotech invention when you can do it amid corndogs, beer, and pig manure?

Next month, in a state known for its frigid winters, curious accent, hellish mosquitoes, and former pro-wrestler governor, a teeny local genomics tool shop will debut a novel pint-sized DNA-chip reader at the Minnesota State Fair.


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