Pressure BioSciences joins UMass R&D center
Headquartered in Easton, Pressure BioSciences develops and markets pressure cycling technology that enables safe, rapid, and reproducible extraction of proteins, DNA, RNA, and small molecules from biological samples for biochemical analysis, UMass noted in a press release.
Pressure BioSciences' decision "brings the 18,000-square-foot business incubator to 75 percent occupancy since opening in May 2009," UMass said. The addition of Pressure BioSciences is "expected to greatly benefit the Center for Personalized Cancer Therapy, a joint UMass Boston venture with the Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center to be launched within" the Venture Development Center.
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