NHGRI Approves $400K Grant to Help BioForce Develop Surface Patterning Tool | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The National Human Genome Research Institute has approved $400,000 in funding for BioForce Nanosciences to help the company in the second commercial development phase of its surface patterning tools, BioForce said today.
 
SPT molecular ink cartridges are used in the company's core Nano eNabler benchtop molecular printing system.
 

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