NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – UK-based microfluidics developer Dolomite said today that it will collaborate with the Danish firms Bioneer and OptoRobotix in a European Union-funded effort to develop a new stem cell handling device.

The consortium has received €820,100 ($1.1 million) from the EU's Eurostars program to fund the two-year project, which aims to develop a microfluidic tool that could be used in molecular biology, biotechnology, and pharmaceutical applications.

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