NEW YORK, Aug 14 – Eksigent Technologies has announced that it has licensed Sandia National Laboratories’ microfluidics technology.

Eksigent and Sandia, both of Livermore, Calif., did not disclose the terms of the deal or describe the specific technologies involved. Sandia licensed Eksigent the technology through its tech transfer program.

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