At BioChips 2003 Meet, Innovation Blooms In a Time of Deeply Constrained Funding | GenomeWeb

Michael Kane, one of the speakers at last week’s three-day Biochips 2003 conference in Boston, talked for more than a half hour about Spanscript, Trivera’s product for creating non-redundant cDNA libraries for use in microarray analysis.

After taking questions from the audience, he said he would be glad to speak one-on-one with those interested in the technology, since the three-employee company had folded.

“The technology is still viable,” he said.

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