Michael Ramsey, Bruce Neri, Clyde Shores, Taha Keilani, Christopher Palatucci, Paul Voegelin, Gary Breton | GenomeWeb

Michael Ramsey, founding scientist of Caliper Technologies and a research chemist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory since 1979, has accepted a research appointment to the University of North Carolina, which will begin in July. Ramsey is a corporate research fellow and leader of the Laser Spectroscopy and Microinstrumentation Group in the Chemical and Analytical Sciences Division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He is credited as being an inventor of the “Chemistry Lab on a Chip” technology.

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