NanoCellect’s WOLF Cell Sorter Attracts Additional $2.8M from NIH

NanoCellect Biomedical announced new NIH funding and technical advances on their WOLF Cell Sorter. NanoCellect has the goal of making the “coin star” for cell biologists. “Instead of pennies and nickels, we are counting and sorting specific cells,” says José Morachis,... - November 26, 2014

NanoSort, Inc. Wins $1M Award for Next-Gen FACS

NanoSort Inc., is developing next generation flow cytometers and cell sorters that are small, simple, and affordable. This $1M award reinforces NanoSort’s technology with an NIH National Institute of General Medical Sciences Phase II SBIR award. A critical aspect of biomedical research and... - June 01, 2012

NanoSort, Inc. Awarded Nearly $500k from the NCI to Advance the Detection and Capturing of Circulating Tumor Cells Using Two Distinct Novel Approaches

The National Cancer Institute (NCI), has awarded biomedical device start-up NanoSort, Inc. a 2 year, $297,000 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant and a 9-month, $198,000 contract. NanoSort will develop devices to detect circulating tumor cells (CTCs)—an emerging target in cancer... - September 30, 2011

NanoSort, Inc. Awarded NIH “Lab to Marketplace” SBIR Grant to Develop Next-Generation Flow Cytometer and Cell Sorter

The National Institutes of Health awarded technology start-up NanoSort, Inc. a 2 year, $698,000 small business innovation research (SBIR) grant. Granted by NIH’s National Center for Research Resources (NCRR), this SBIR will enable NanoSort to advance their development of next-generation... - July 14, 2011

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