To read the detailed article, please visit www.nature.com/nprot/index.html.
As part of the joint venture’s aggressive marketing push, the Bio-Assembler has now been featured in three recent articles published by the preeminent scientific journal Nature, including a review in Nature Reviews Cancer on the influence of microgravity on cell biology and a product profile on Nature.com. Widely read by researchers and scientists, Nature and its associated periodicals have already given the Bio-Assembler a big boost in name recognition among biotech professionals.
“The Bio-Assembler is the most promising cell-culturing innovation on the market right now, and the Nature pieces have been invaluable in spreading the word about this device to researchers, laboratories and investors,” said RBCC CEO
Rainbow Biosciences is dedicated to the marketing and development of new medical and research technology innovations designed to help capture a growing share of a booming biotech industry alongside
For more information on RBCC’s partnership with n3D and other biotech initiatives, please visit www.rainbowbiosciences.com/investors.html.
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