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.”
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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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