LUMICKS featured in Dutch Tech Heroes Fighting COVID-19
LUMICKS has been featured as one of the 150+ companies in the overview of Dutch Tech Heroes Fighting COVID-19 published by Techleap.nl. The Dutch non-profit organization states:
In the current crisis, the Netherlands is increasingly dependent on digital and technological solutions from startups and scale-ups. It is, therefore, more important than ever that we empower & accelerate the tech companies that help us survive and fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
We thank the Techleap.nl team for this recognition and we will continue working towards our goal: to improve human health by unlocking the power of Dynamic Single-Molecule and Cell Avidity analysis.
We are committing part of our in-house capacity to accept samples and conduct proof-of-concept experiments related to the coronavirus or COVID-19. Find more information here.
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