Every year The Scientist identifies the latest and best technologies and techniques in the life-science industry. Nanolive is proud to have been selected for our newest microscope – the CX-A – the world’s first walk-away solution for label-free, long-term live cell imaging. Please follow the link to visit our CX-A product page: https://www.nanolive.ch/products/3d-microscopes/cx-a/.
Editor-in-Chief Bob Grant from The Scientist states: “In 2019, not only do we highlight products that build on established methods as the year’s Top 10 Innovations, we celebrate unique contributions that break new conceptual ground in life science.”
If you wish to be contacted by our team to get a quote or to organize a demo at your institution, just follow this link: https://www.nanolive.ch/enquire-now/.
Congratulations to all winners!
Click on this link https://www.the-scientist.com/features/2019-top-10-innovations-66738 to learn everything about the Top 10 winners!
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