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April 11th, 2005
Microfabrication laboratory helps startups
By Perry Fell's calculations, the Washington Technology Center's microfabrication laboratory is saving his Seattle-based nanotechnology startup millions of dollars in research costs.
Fell is CEO of Nanostring Technologies Inc., a two-year-old company developing an instrument that enables scientists to identify and analyze genes at the sub-molecular level.
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