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RainDance, Harvard to share in MLSC grants
January 2009
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LEXINGTON, Mass.RainDance Technologies Inc., a provider of microdroplet-based solutions for human health and disease research, announced in December its selection to share in the first-ever round of cooperative research grants by The Massachusetts Life Sciences Center (MLSC). The MLSC awarded a grant of $250,000 per year for three years to Dr. David Weitz, Mallinckrodt Professor of Physics and Applied Physics at Harvard's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and Physics Department, and RainDance Technologies of Lexington, Mass., to develop and demonstrate the use of a new form of fluorescence activated cell sorter (FACS) used to collect biochemical information about individual cells. The researchers hope to explore new applications of FACS that have not yet been feasible, from basic biology and medical studies to drug development. According to Weitz, the grant will allow his lab to work with RainDance Technologies to develop a new form of fluorescence assisted cell sorter (FACS). DDN

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