NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The proteomics toolmaker GWC Technologies has licensed technology from the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation that it plans to use in its imaging systems, the company said on Wednesday.
 
Under the agreement, GWC has taken an exclusive license to WARF’s carbon-on-metal surface technology, which the company said will allow its imaging systems to generate data more reliably.
 
Warf is the intellectual property arm of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
 

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