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European Commission Gives Deerac $743K to Develop New Liquid Handling Technology

NEW YORK, Aug. 29 (GenomeWeb News) - Deerac Fluidics has been awarded a 48-month contract worth €604,135 ($743,086) by the European Commission to develop new low-volume liquid-handling technology, the company said today.

 

According to the Dublin, Ireland-based company, the contract will fund a project entitled "Development of Instantaneous Low Volume Drop Measurement Device." The technology, Deerac said, will expand upon its Spot-on non-contact liquid handling technology, which is used for genomics, proteomics, and high-throughput screening applications.

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