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Jul 2005
Cambridge Research & Instrumentation, of Woburn, Mass., was one of the winners of R&D Magazine’s R&D 100 Award for its Maestro in-vivo fluorescence imaging system, used in research involving small animals. The system allows the use of multiple fluorophores to detect and separate overlapping and difficult-to-distinguish signals, improvements over existing monochromatic in-vivo imaging systems, the company said.

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