The Look of It

The look of Fluidigm's Juno has caught the eye of Co.Design. The SNP genotyping platform "looks sort of like a Jawbone speaker mated with a 1985 Macintosh," it says.

The system also, Co.Design says, simplifies the process, likening it to a Keurig coffeemaker. One button press, it says, opens a tray onto which a lab technician can place a sample for analysis.

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