Enter the Dolomite and Lab on a Chip Productizing Science® Competition 2015 Now!
News Apr 23, 2015
Calling all entrepreneurial researchers, scientists and engineers! Dolomite and Lab on a Chip are seeking novel, microfluidics-based concepts with commercial potential for the Productizing Science® Competition 2015. To make sure users don’t miss the chance to drive their microfluidics innovation forwards, simply submit entry before the April 30th deadline.
The Productizing Science® Competition, jointly organized by Dolomite and Lab on a Chip, aims to bridge the gap between scientific innovation and commercial success by turning early stage technologies into market-leading products.
This exciting competition offers the opportunity to take advantage of Dolomite’s invaluable commercial expertise and in-depth understanding of the international microfluidics market to develop users idea into a profitable product.
The winning entry will benefit from Dolomite’s outstanding R&D capabilities to help take the concept or prototype through to a market-ready product, backed by Lab on a Chip’s ability to reach out to the wide-ranging scientific community to maximize marketing opportunities.
So, if users have made a scientific breakthrough or have a prototype system that they are struggling to develop - whether financially, technically or commercially - simply submit an abstract before the 30th of April 2015 for their chance to win. Enter now, and help shape the future of microfluidics!
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