New Boston Genomics Center Brings Tiny Science to the Big Screen | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, May 3 - As gene chips, microfluidics, and robotic instruments get tinier and tinier, Boston's medical elite have a scheme to make these microtechnologies big enough to fill a room.


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