Kinetic River client Dr. Bill Telford visited our laboratory in Silicon Valley recently. As head of one of the National Cancer Institute’s flow cytometry core facilities, he is an expert in the intersection of cytometry and oncology. Dr. Telford was one of the first adopters of Kinetic River’s Potomac technology. Earlier this year, we delivered two Tuolumnes to his laboratory at NCI.
Dr. Telford brought his own homemade, portable flow cytometer that he developed through his Make Your Own Cytometer endeavor. In the photo above, you can see him assembling it in our lab. That’s our own Rich Hanson (observing) and Alan Chin (background, seated).
During Dr. Telford’s visit, we incorporated Kinetic River’s Tuolumne compact quad amplifier module and our data acquisition module, Panama, into the system. Panama is the instrument control and data acquisition software that drives all of Kinetic River’s instruments. Find out more about the full capabilities of the software and the care that went into its design: