The Molecular NanoTweezer system has been pre-released by Optofluidics at SPIE Photonics West, BiOS and Biophysical Society annual meetings in Feb. 2013.
Equipped with powerful optical trapping technology, the Molecular NanoTweezer system enables quick and automated handling of the smallest particles comprising viruses, proteins, cells and inorganic nanoparticles. The system binds on a standard microscope within minutes and permits users influence and gauge smaller things. The products of the company utilize nanotech developed and licensed from Cornell University.
The Molecular NanoTweezer system will be presented at various conferences that include - Pittcon Booth 3517 at the Philadelphia, PA Convention Center from March 17th through the 21st; at SPIE Photonics West, booth 4232 and BiOS booth 8326 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA from February 2nd through the 7th and at Biophysical Society 57th Annual Meeting Booth 205, in the Philadelphia, PA Convention Center from February 2nd through the 6th.