Presentation on theme: "Lab on a Chip (LOC) Becoming a new, multibillion-dollar industry. “Microfabrication and the drive to analyze hundreds of thousands of samples quickly and."— Presentation transcript:
Lab on a Chip (LOC) Becoming a new, multibillion-dollar industry. “Microfabrication and the drive to analyze hundreds of thousands of samples quickly and efficiently have led to the development of a new form of analytical technology: “the lab on a chip.” Standard laboratory techniques such as electrophoresis, polymerase chain reaction (PCR), and DNA sequencing can now be accomplished with a speed only dreamed of a decade ago.” Technology Analyst Team Technical Insights
Frost & Sullivan Provides: Detailed insights into recent technology developments and trends Analyst insights on ‘hot topics’ and emerging applications in the Lab on a Chip (LOC) market Profiles of leading companies and labs developing the LOC technology Evaluation of barriers to commericalization Analysis of enabling technologies Key Features
Coverage: World Proven methodology based on extensive primary and secondary data and research Focused information and strategies on business and technology issues Credible research and analysis highlighting industry dynamics Contact information for leading technology developers What We Offer
Current Technology Participants Find out how you compare with the competition Assess current and future trends Determine and exploit new applications and opportunities Find the best candidates for licensing agreements and partnerships New Entrants Analyze the associated challenges Calculate timescales for strategy implementation Position yourself to capitalize on the emerging applications Uncover the best players to assist you with developing your technology Investment Community Analyze long-term strategies of the market Identify participants that will lead the market development Assess the attractiveness of investing in the market Who Will Benefit?
Key Market Participants Aclara Biosciences Inc. Affymetrix, Inc. University of Alberta Analog Devices, Inc. Analytical Instrument Industry Report Ltd., Argonne National Laboratory University of Arizona Aviva Biosciences Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratory Beckman Instruments, Inc. Berkeley MicroInstruments Berkeley Sensor and Actuator Center University of California at Berkeley Binghamton University Brigham Young University California Institute of Technology University of California, at San Diego Caliper Technologies Corp Carnegie Institution Case Western Reserve University Cepheid, Inc. Clinica Reports Cornell University Curagen, Inc. Cyrano Sciences, Inc. David Sarnoff Laboratory De Montfort University Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) University of Durham EG&G IC Sensors EIC Laboratories Fraunhofer Institute GeneTrace Systems, Inc. Genometrix, Inc./Genosensor Consortium Harvard University ID Biomedical Corporation University of Illinois Illumina, Inc. Imperial College (UK) Incyte Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Integrated Sensing Systems, Inc. Irori Quantum Microchemistry Johns Hopkins University Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Lifecodes Los Alamos National Laboratory Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Key Market Participants (cont’d) MCNC University of Michigan, at Ann Arbor Microsensor Systems Inc. Milli Sensor Systems and Actuators Molecular Tool Inc. Nanogen Inc National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) NIST Advanced Technology Programs (ATP) National Science Foundation NEN Life Science Products University of Neuchâtel Northwestern University Oak Ridge National Laboratories Oak Ridge National Laboratory Orchid BioSciences, Inc. University of Pennsylvania Princeton University Purdue University Quantech Ltd Sandia National Laboratories Scylla Chemical, Inc. University of South Australia Stanford University Symyx TechnologiesTecan Group Ltd Technion-Israel Institute of Technology Texas Instruments Inc. University of Texas University of Twente, MESA Research Institute University of Twente, Micromechanical Transducers Group VTT Electronics Vysis, Inc. University of Wales, at Bangor University of Washington Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research (MIT) University of Wisconsin
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