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December 10th, 2004
Top 100 Innovative Companies: Fluidigm, Marvelously minuscule
When Fluidigm CEO Gajus Worthington describes his biochip company as the “Intel of life science,” he’s not just full of hot air.
Fluidigm manufactures integrated fluidic circuits (IFCs) – a jam-packed network of valves, channels, reaction chambers, and vials stored on chips less than ten square centimeters in size.
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