Nanomix named Technology Pioneer 2007

Nanomix has been named a Technology Pioneer of 2007 by the World Economic Forum (WEF).

The final selection from the 225 nominees was made by a council of cutting-edge technology experts appointed by the World Economic Forum.

David Macdonald, President and CEO of Nanomix said: “We are very pleased to have received, for the second time, the recognition of the World Economic Forum. This recognition reinforces our permanence as leaders in technology and it is an honor to be recognized by such a prestigious organization ”. Cohen added, "Nanomix" sensing platform can deliver breakthrough applications that provide critical information at a time when it's needed; we have made great progress in bringing this technology to the market. "

Bill Perry, Vice President of Nanomix, explained: “All applications that Sensation ™ technology enables have been designed to improve health or safety. For example, in respiratory analysis, our products will save lives and improve patient outcomes; in biomolecular analysis, the products we are developing will make disease diagnosis and monitoring easier, faster and more cost-effective ”.

Source: Business Wire

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