Arrayjet Sells Microarray Spotters to Two UK Universities | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Arrayjet has sold Aj100 Inkjet Microarray Spotters to the UK's University of Exeter and University of Nottingham, the company announced today.
 
The universities purchased the machines to support the so-called Attogram project, a collaboration between the two schools to that will use "

structured light waves constrained on a microscopic surface to visualise how molecules interact with each other," according to the project website.  

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