December 2016 Newsletter

Tuesday, December 20, 2016
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National Cancer Institute Orders Potomac Modular Flow Cytometer The National Cancer Institute (NCI) gave Kinetic River a vote of confidence earlier this year when it ordered a Potomac Modular Flow Cytometer customized to use novel light sources. The Potomac system is the perfect choice for this project; using off-the-shelf parts, it is easily customized and reconfigured. In the NCI laboratory of William Telford, Ph.D., it will serve as a test bed for novel laser sources, detectors, electronics and other technologies critical to t ..

Modular Flow Cytometer World Tour

Thursday, October 15, 2015
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Nothing beats the excitement of live demos. Through a successful collaboration with Excelitas Technologies, we designed a live demo of a modular flow cytometer in less than 2 months and showed it at three conferences in three countries this year. The ability to integrate hundreds of off-the-shelf components for this modular unit in a very short period of time was a critical part of this project. Kinetic River's experience in rapid prototyping and in-depth biophotonics technical expertise, in conjunction with a partner with a great depth in optics, photonics and optomechanical comp ..

CYTO 2014 Notes: New Instruments Session

Sunday, June 01, 2014
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This is the second blog in a series covering CYTO 2014 (http://cytoconference.org/2014/Home.aspx), held this May 17-22 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Mainly in the form of raw notes, the intent of this series is to highlight talks, events, and trends from the annual cytometry congress and trade show that I found noteworthy. Clarifications, corrections, comments, and other suggestions welcome. The New Instruments (http://cytoconference.org/2014/Program/Parallel-Sessions.aspx) parallel session took place Tuesday, May 20. Co-chaired by Dr. Giacomo Vacca (Kinetic River, Cupertino, CA) an ..

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