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Deltadot Moves to New London Digs

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Deltadot today said it has moved into the Imperial Innovations BioIncubator on the South Kensington campus of the Imperial College, London.
 
The BioIncubator is jointly funded by the College and the London Development Agency to offer research and support services to biotechnology tenants.
 
The company will open 300 square meters of lab and office space for customer demonstrations and to continue to develop its microfluidic products.
 
The company also is developing a high throughput protein-folding device and systems for genomic, proteomic, and chemical content analysis.

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