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February 26th, 2003

Bioforce Nanosciences releases tool for nanotechnology

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BioForce Nanosciences, Inc., the leading developer of nanoarray biomolecular analysis systems, announced today that they have released the second generation of its first tool for nanotechnology, the UV TipCleaner. Researchers find the UV TipCleaner to be a very powerful tool, essential to any scanning microscopy laboratory, according to Collin Dettmann, Product Manager. He also states, “the UV TipCleaner is the first in a suite of products developed to enhance and maintain tools for microscopy and nanotechnology applications.” The new unit enters into the market featuring a simpler design along with advanced components and mechanisms that enhance reliability.

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