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BIOIDENT Technologies Inc., the leading company in
the development of printed opto-electronic solutions for life sciences, today announced
their membership with the Organic Electronics Association (OE-A), a working group within
VDMA (German Engineering Federation) in Europe. Through its membership, BIOIDENT will
bring its expertise in printed electronics to the organization, helping to drive new
"We are pleased to announce BIOIDENT's membership in the Organic Electronics
Association," said Dr. Wasiq Bokhari, CEO, BIOIDENT. "OE-A is able to connect BIOIDENT
with numerous forward-looking companies around the world in the field of organic
electronics. We look forward to creating new relationships with other members."
The Organic Electronics Association (OE-A) provides companies and research institutes
involved in the organic electronics industry a platform to communicate information and
ideas between the science and technology, leading to new applications.
BIOIDENT recently unveiled the industry's first lab-on-a-chip device with a fully integrated
opto-electronic readout system. Using BIOIDENT's revolutionary PhotonicLab Platform™,
the cost-effective disposable lab-on-a-chip will eliminate the need for expensive, bulky
readout systems and provide immediate results on multiple tests in parallel with significant
“BIOIDENT is a leader in the printed electronics industry. The technology they havedeveloped is driving new applications and important impact on the lab-on-a-chip marketis expected,” said Dr. Klaus Hecker, managing director, Organic Electronics Association. “OEAlooks forward to working with them as the field of organic electronics continues toadvance.”
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BIOIDENT Technologies, Inc.
Paul S. Schleicher
3000 Sand Hill Road Building 1, Suite 170
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Tel. +1 650 391 4247, 48
Fax +1 650 561 9303
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