Caliper Makes Time's Top Discoveries List
Congratulations to Caliper Life Sciences, which made Time Magazines list of the top 10 discoveries of 2009.
From the Worcester Business Journal:
The top 10 discoveries of 2009, according to Time Magazine, include identifying a possible cure for colorblindness, a comprehensive examination of the earliest human skeletal remains ever found and finding gallons of water on the moon.
Add to that list Hopkinton-based Caliper Life Science's contribution: a robot that could revolutionize the way scientists perform experiments.
"It beat out finding water on the moon," said Caliper CEO Kevin Hrusovsky. "This is truly a game-changing discovery."
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