2) BioFLECT; Bioscan
3) FilmArray system; Idaho Technology Inc.
4) CyTOF; DVS Sciences
5) N-SIM Super Resolution Microscope; Nikon
6) ThunderStorm System; RainDance Technologies
7) M2 Compact MRI System; Aspect Imaging
8) Dimesimeter; Lighting Research Center, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
9) LAESI, Protea BioScience
10) SR GSD Microscopy System; Leica
Read the complete feature in The Scientist’s January 2012 issue. The article is also available online at http://the-scientist.com/2012/01/01/top-ten-innovations-2011/.
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