NanoInk Signs Distribution Deal Covering Japan | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Research Institute of Biomolecule Metrology will distribute NanoInk desktop nanofabrication equipment in Japan, NanoInk's NanoFabrication Systems Division announced today.

Under the terms of the deal, RIBM will distribute equipment including the NLP 2000 System and the DPN 5000 System. Financial and other terms were not disclosed.

RIBM is located in Japan with offices in Tsukuba, Tokyo, and Hiroshima, and specializes in biomolecule metrology, molecular imaging, and food and environmental analysis applications.

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