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Harvard Med School to Buy a BioForce Nanosciences Arrayer

NEW YORK, April 18 (GenomeWeb News) - BioForce Nanosciences said today that the Technology and Engineering Center at Harvard Medical School plans to purchase a BioForce NanoArrayer system.

 

The purchase will be funded by a grant from the National Human Genome Research Institute, BioForce said. Further financial details were not disclosed.

 

BioForce said that it expects the NanoArrayer to be installed later this summer.

 

The NanoArrayer system is BioForce's platform for precision printing and surface patterning, and includes a consumable line of print cartridges and chip surfaces.

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