Vitra, BioImage Top List of Expected Newsmakers at CHI s HCA Conference | GenomeWeb

Biotech upstarts Vitra Bioscience and BioImage are expected to make the most noise at Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s High-Content Analysis conference held in San Francisco this week.

The 2-year-old conference is the first US-based trade show to focus exclusively on the emerging high-content screening market. For that reason, companies such as Vitra and BioImage will be using the show as a forum to announce major news surrounding their high-content screening technologies.

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