• Dr. Walker Presents Her Perspectives on IC3D

    29 April 2016
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    Velox Biosystems was featured in Dr. Faye Walker’s blog, Magnificence from Science.  The article, titled “A Drop-by-Drop Stop to Sepsis“, provides a historical and scientific context for the importance of Velox’s IC3D technology.

    About Dr. Walker:

    My cumulative background in science encompasses research, teaching, and writing. I examine science from creative angles to give it depth, beauty, and meaning.

    At the University of California-Santa Barbara, I defended my Ph.D. thesis in Chemistry on the cross-disciplinary topic of systems for biomedical analysis. My previous experimental research carried me through the realms of biology, physics, and engineering:  synthesizing nucleic acid nanoparticles, characterizing biomolecules and nanocrystals, and programming mobile sensing devices.

    I know that I understand chemistry well enough to carry out laboratory experiments; but more importantly, I know that I can inspire others to grow into better scientists. I want to use my own voice to show the personal side of research.

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  • GenomeWeb Feature Highlights IC3D Technology

    18 April 2016
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    Velox Biosystems and it’s IC3D technology were the subject of a recent feature form GenomeWeb.  The article in full (link) can be found at GenomeWeb.  The article features an interview with CEO, Chris Heylman, Ph.D. and discussion of the IC3D as an emerging and impactful technology.

    GenomeWeb is an independent online news organization based in New York. Since 1997, GenomeWeb has served the global community of scientists, technology professionals, and executives who use and develop the latest advanced tools in molecular biology research and molecular diagnostics. GenomeWeb’s editorial mission is to cover the scientific and economic ecosystem spurred by the advent of high-throughput genome sequencing. They operate the largest online newsroom focused on advanced molecular research tools in order to provide their readers with exclusive news and in-depth analysis of this rapidly evolving market. GenomeWeb users can be found in major scientific organizations around the world, including biopharmaceutical companies, research universities, biomedical institutes, clinical labs, and government laboratories. Their advertisers include leading suppliers of research tools, analytical instruments, information technology, and molecular diagnostics.

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