Dolomite’s Launches Productizing Science™ Competition
News Jun 18, 2012
Microfluidics expert Dolomite, has launched a Productizing Science™ Competition challenging the innovative and entrepreneurial spirit of researchers, scientists and engineers by providing them with the opportunity to turn a novel scientific discovery into a commercial product.
This competition offers individuals and organizations, who wish to capitalize on a microfluidic scientific discovery or invention the chance to submit a proposal and turn their ideas into a commercial reality.
Dolomite has a track record of taking early stage technologies and turning them into market-leading products. As a world leader in the design and manufacture of microfluidic instruments, Dolomite works with partners around the world to develop products on their behalf in order to generate revenues.
As part of this competition, Dolomite will offer its extensive experience and product development expertise to productize a scientific invention from a third party.
The winner/winning team will gain access to Dolomite's outstanding R&D capabilities turning their scientific discovery into a commercially successful product and will be involved in the product development project as well as the commercial launch of the final product.
For more information on Dolomite’s Productizing Science™ Competition as well as more information on how to enter and how to submit an abstract, please visit www.dolomitemicrofluidics.com/design/competition.
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