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November 9th, 2010

Incubating start-ups of the future

NanoOpticSolutions is developing specialist high-resolution imaging tools for the nanotechnology industry, enabling detailed information about the chemical make-up of materials in very small volumes.

Tetra Materials is developing novel mould inserts for high-volume injection moulding of microfluidic devices. The mould inserts are made from bulk metallic glass to allow biotech companies to produce microfluidic devices with nanoscale features at high volumes and at a lower cost than current models.


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