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October 18th, 2006

BioForce Installs First Nano eNabler System in Canada

Abstract:
"Our customers at the IOS are research teams and industry partners," says Karen Grant, Managing Director of the IOS. "We need to have access to all of the newest, leading edge equipment possible and BioForce is a new vendor-partner that is allowing us to apply their equipment to new research scenarios and experiments. We are delighted with their involvement in our Institute."

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