Kurt Petersen Ph.D. joins SnapDNA technical advisor board

Kurt Petersen received his BS degree cum laude in EE from UC Berkeley in 1970.  In 1975, he received a PhD in EE from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  Dr. Petersen established a micromachining research group at IBM from 1975 to 1982, during which he wrote the review paper “Silicon as a Mechanical Material,” published in the IEEE Proceedings (May 1982).  This paper is still the most frequently referenced work…

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Jaleh Daie Ph.D. joins SnapDNA board of directors

SnapDNA announces Jaleh Daie as a board member June 2, 2016 Women in Technology Hall of Famer and recipient of a US Congressional Citation, Dr. Jaleh Daie is a multifaceted and strategic leader with extensive board and executive experience in private and public sectors.  A noted plant biologist and leading agriculture/food expert, Jaleh understands capital markets and has global and cultural acumen (collaborations in eight countries and global speeches including…

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Bio-NEMS Corporation* Announces Strategic Partnership with In-Q-Tel

*SnapDNA Corporation was formerly known as Bio-NEMS Corporation Bio-NEMS Corporation announced a strategic partnership and technology development agreement with In-Q-Tel (IQT) to accelerate commercialization of its rapid handheld DNA testing technology.  IQT, based in Arlington, VA, is the independent strategic investment firm that identifies, adapts, and delivers technologies that support the missions of the U.S. Intelligence Community. Bio-NEMS has developed proprietary, interdisciplinary innovations to enable DNA to be directly analyzed…

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