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Chip-Man Moves to New HQ, Starts Shipping Cell Analysis Tools in Europe for Evaluation

NEW YORK, July 29 (GenomeWeb News) - Chip-Man Technologies of Tampere, Finland, has moved into new facilities, the company said today.


The purpose-built, 270 square meter (2,900 square feet) facility will help the firm to "optimize our operations and also place us at the heart of the exciting new biomedical hub being formed in Tamperefor regenerative medicine," according to a company statement.


Chip-Man is now starting to release its Cell-IQ cell imaging system to various sites in Europefor evaluation. Cell-IQ monitors morphological and physiological changes in cell lines, primary cells, co-cultures, and monolayer tissue models in real time.

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