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February 15th, 2007
Trinity College spin-out raises €800,000
Trinity college spin-out Cellix, a developer of technology platforms for the drug discovery and diagnostics industries, has completed an €800,000 investment round.
The company's products combine advanced research in the areas of microfluidics and nanotechnology.
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