CYTO 2016 Newsletter

Thursday, June 09, 2016
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CYTO 2016 (http://cytoconference.org/2016/Home.aspx) is starting in just a few days in beautiful Seattle, Washington. We'll be there, and we hope to see you as well. Kinetic River is exhibiting (http://s15.a2zinc.net/clients/faseb/cyto2016/Public/EventMap.aspx?shMode=E) in booth #112 and participating in the technical program (http://cytoconference.org/cyto/pdfs-docs/2016/2016-CYTO-Program-book-v6-FINAL-(1).aspx) (poster #B291). Come by to see our Potomac Modular Flow Cytometer, and find out the new capabilities of our Danube Fluorescence Lifetime Flow Cytometer. As for a "magic" ..

December 2015 Newsletter

Thursday, December 17, 2015
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Kinetic River Launches New Potomac Modular Flow Cytometer Kinetic River continues to share design solutions with a growing number of biomedical researchers and OEM developers. As part of this expansion, we introduced our new Potomac modular flow cytometer, a system that can be custom-configured and delivered in less than 2 months. New Products (http://www.kineticriver.com/app-case-studies/modular-flow-cytometer-prototype)After successful live demos of our prototype modular flow cytometer (MFC) at three conferences (http://www.kineticriver.com/_blog/Kinetic_River/post/m ..

CYTO 2015 Newsletter

Tuesday, June 16, 2015
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It's Been a "Hot" Winter and Spring Season Here in California, the continuing historic drought has everyone ripping up lawns and covering up pools. What we're referring to, however, is the very intense activity we've seen at Kinetic River in the last 6 months. Below are just the highlights; we're already busy preparing for CYTO 2015, held in Glasgow, Scotland, this year. Hope to see many of you there. (http://www.kineticriver.com/app-case-studies/modular-flow-cytometer-prototype)The year started off with a bang as we designed and built from scratch a new Modular Flow C ..

2015 New Year's Newsletter

Wednesday, January 14, 2015
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The Year in Review, and a Look Ahead It's always good to look back, if briefly, over the year gone by and take stock, since so often the "busyiness" of business can get in the way of a long-term perspective. We have mentioned some of these milestones in earlier newsletters (http://www.kineticriver.com/_blog/Kinetic_River/post/end-of-summer-newsletter/), such as the introduction of the Danube II and our capacity expansion. Taken together, the various accomplishments we achieved as a company make us proud and very thankful for our many supporters--clients, partners, and suppliers. We w ..

End-of-Summer 2014 Newsletter

Tuesday, September 16, 2014
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Kinetic River Expands Operations and Advisory Board Kinetic River has carried the momentum forward following our New Instruments Session (http://www.kineticriver.com/_blog/Kinetic_River/post/cyto-2014-notes-new-instruments-session/) and reception that has grown by 200% over the previous year at CYTO 2014 (http://cytoconference.org/2014/Home.aspx). We are building on the progress we shared with you at the Bio2Device Group (http://bio2devicegroup.org/content/new-tools-cancer-research-probing-cellular-processes-high-throughput-giacomo-vacca-phd-09242). Our ongoing business ..

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 ..

CYTO 2014 Notes: Fluorescence Lifetime Workshop

Monday, May 26, 2014
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This is the first 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 Fluorescence Lifetime Workshop (http://cytoconference.org/2014/Program/Workshops.aspx) took place Monday, May 19. Co-chaired by Profs. Jessica Houston (New Mexico State University, Las Cruces ..

CYTO 2014 Preview

Thursday, May 01, 2014
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Hard to believe it’s already May. The activity at Kinetic River has been intense this winter and spring, with new product launches, articles in technical journals and trade magazines, and a variety of speaking engagements—not to mention expansion into new office and laboratory quarters. We’ll brief you on all this in more detail in a few weeks. For now the focus is CYTO 2014 (http://cytoconference.org/2014/Home.aspx) in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, where we are exhibiting (http://s15.a2zinc.net/clients/faseb/cyto2014/Public/EventMap.aspx) and participating in the technical  ..

Introducing the Danube II

Monday, January 13, 2014
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Fluorescence Lifetime Flow Cytometer In cell biology and cancer research, there is often the need to measure cellular processes, protein function, protein-protein interactions, or molecular transport with subcellular resolution. Fluorescence lifetime is a powerful tool that can provide this information. Traditionally, fluorescence lifetime techniques (such as FRET-FLIM) have been carried out on imaging platforms; however, the low throughput of microscopy severely limits the resulting efficiency of analysis. Our newest product, the Danube II combines many of the ..

2013 Year-End Newsletter

Thursday, December 12, 2013
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Dear Clients and Partners, As the year draws to a close, we’d like to take the opportunity to focus on some key recent developments. 2013 has been a year of partnerships: From our very productive continuing collaboration with Prof. Jessica Houston (http://chemeng.nmsu.edu/JPH/index.html) at New Mexico State University, to our expanded relationship with great engineering firms like DarklingX (http://www.darklingx.com/), to the forming of a brand-new three-way partnership (http://www.beamwise.net/) in developing design automation tools, Kinetic River’s partner n ..

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