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Sphere Fluidics is now hiring a Senior Physicist/Engineer for novel single cell analysis instrumentation development

Senior Scientist/Engineer – Instrumentation Development (Physics and Engineering Group)

Sphere Fluidics Limited is an established Life Sciences company, which has developed a new technology platform for single cell analysis and characterisation. Due to company growth, we are now looking for a talented individual to join our instrumentation development team.

We currently have a superb opportunity for an experienced Scientist/Engineer, with more than 5 years of…


Added by Frank F Craig PhD MBA on April 23, 2014 at 10:41am — No Comments

Sphere Fluidics Successfully Closes a £1.6 million Series A Investment Round.

Sphere Fluidics, an early-stage, Cambridge-based company focusing on developing novel products and services for single cell analysis, has just completed a £1.6…


Added by Frank F Craig PhD MBA on February 20, 2013 at 12:05pm — No Comments

Sphere Fluidics is now recruiting Several Director and Principal Scientist positions.

Sphere Fluidics Limited is a growing Life Sciences company which has developed a new technology platform for single cell analysis and characterisation. The Company has delivered multiple, successful R&D partnerships and has recently received Series A investment. Due to growth, we are now looking for several, talented people to join our team:


Added by Frank F Craig PhD MBA on February 20, 2013 at 12:03pm — 1 Comment

Sphere Fluidics in-licenses Key Surfactant Patent Family

Sphere Fluidics has now in-licensed a key granted patent family covering the use of surfactants in the area of picodroplets and microfluidics. Dr Frank F. Craig, CEO, stated "Sphere Fluidics is very pleased to obtain this license as we believe it gives us a dominant position in key markets, for example - the US."

Added by Frank F Craig PhD MBA on December 17, 2011 at 7:41pm — No Comments

Sphere Fluidics is now hiring Cell and Molecular Biologist for Microfluidics Project

Scientist/Senior Scientist - Cell and Molecular Biology


Due to growth, Sphere Fluidics is now looking to recruit a recent PhD or Postdoctoral Scientist. The candidates should have a PhD in cell and/or molecular biology. Experience in handling lymphocyes and hybridomas would be particularly useful. Molecular biology skills (RNA isolation, (RT-)PCR and sequencing) will also be required. The candidate should have demonstrated technical abiility via publication…


Added by Frank F Craig PhD MBA on August 30, 2011 at 4:34pm — No Comments

Sphere Fluidics In-licenses new Picodroplets IP from Cambridge University

Sphere Fluidics has now obtained a worldwide exclusive licence for new picodroplets IP from Cambridge University. Dr Frank F. Craig, CEO, said "We are very pleased to in-licence these patents. One patent family will enable us to use picodroplets for rapid, kinetic analysis of miniaturised, compartmentalised reactions in mass spectrometers. The other patent family will also facilitate new picodroplet applications. These patents are part of our plan to continue to develop a world-class patent… Continue

Added by Frank F Craig PhD MBA on August 13, 2011 at 6:24pm — No Comments

Sphere Fluidics is now hiring!

Sphere Fluidics (Cambridge, UK) is now hiring microfluidics and picodroplet scientists and a R&D Director.


Added by Frank F Craig PhD MBA on July 5, 2011 at 10:18am — No Comments

Sphere Fluidics signs a worldwide exclusive distributor deal with Dolomite Microfluidics

Sphere Fluidics signs exclusive worldwide distributor deal with the Dolomite Centre.

Sphere Fluidics has now signed an exclusive distributor partnership for a select range of chips and surfactants which shall be promoted and sold via the worldwide sales channels of the Dolomite Centre. Dr Frank F. Craig, CEO of Sphere Fluidics, added: “We are impressed with Dolomite’s technical, manufacturing and commercial expertise. Specifically, we see superb synergy between… Continue

Added by Frank F Craig PhD MBA on May 9, 2011 at 7:30pm — No Comments

Sphere wins Business Weekly "Killer Technology" Award.

Sphere was awarded the "Killer Technology" award by Business Weekly at an annual awards dinner. Business Weekly is a popular business publication that focusses on Cambridge and the East of England. Dr Frank F. Craig accepted the prize on behalf of the Company which was awarded by Mr Peter Taylor of The Technology Partnership. See news item here:…


Added by Frank F Craig PhD MBA on March 25, 2011 at 7:23pm — 1 Comment

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