RainDance’s (Harvard) Microdroplet Technology Recognized as a Breakthrough Invention (12/1/2010)

RainDance Technologies creates instruments for genomic selection. The company was founded by scientists from Harvard University, The Medical Research Centre in Cambridge, England, and the ESPCI in Paris. Co-founders from Harvard include Physics and Applied Physics Professor Dr. David Weitz and Postdoctoral Scientist Dr. Darren Link, who serves as the company’s Vice President, Research and Development.

From the company’s press release:
RainDance Technologies, Inc., a private company pioneering microdroplet-based technologies for single molecule and single cell analysis, today announced that the company has been recognized by the Museum of Science, Boston and the Boston Patent Law Association for its innovations and contributions to advancing the field of genetic research. read full press release


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