Taiwan’s DR. Chip Targets European Brewers After Asian Beer Makers Embrace Its Arrays | GenomeWeb
Encouraged by Chinese and Japanese brewers’ use of its array-based kits to monitor bacteria during the beer-making process, Taiwan-based DR. Chip is hoping to branch out into the European beer market sometime this year, according to the firm’s CEO.
Sino Wang told BioArray News this month that two undisclosed breweries in China and Japan have tested its DR. Brewery Chip, which is still a mostly unknown new product in Europe.

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