By Jeffrey Manber –
Alex Knapp spent weeks researching the NanoRacks’ story and it shows in one of most in-depth pieces written on us in a national business magazine. We even made the print edition – thanks to everyone who has written in and…
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The first commercial laboratory in space just welcomed a new sophisticated research capability. With the docking of the Japanese HTV-3 cargo ship, also known as ‘white stork’ or Kounotori 3, the NanoRacks’ Plate Reader is now at the International Space Station.
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NanoRacks strongly believes that increasing t…
By Jeffrey Manber – Today we can announce that the on-orbit research capabilities of the NanoRacks’ family of hardware facilities has taken a major leap forward. We have been chosen by NASA to adopt an off-the-shelf research facility known as a Plate Reader for use on the U.S. National Laboratory.
First, we have to thank the folks at NASA for entrusting this work to a young company like ours.
Molecular Devices’ SpectraMax® M5e Multi-Mode Microplate Reader Chosen to be the First Microplate Reader in Space by NanoRacks, LLC for NASA’s International Space Station
Sunnyvale, CA – May 17th, 2011 – Today, Molecular Devices, a leading provider of instruments, software, and consumables for drug discovery and life sciences research, announced that NanoRacks, LLC has chosen t…
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