Nanolive conquers Boston

Here we are, Xmas holidays are over and everyone is back to work.

Before Christmas I left you at the half of our US trip. Let’s continue now… We left Philly on the 9th evening, direction… Boston! 

After one night break in New York (always nice, especially during Christmas time) we arrived in Boston on the 10th. A particular, huge thanks goes to Dr. Clemens Grassberger who hosted us at his place in Cambridge for the following three nights, thank you Clemens!

 The following morning we were at Massachusetts General Hospital (Harvard Medical School), waiting for our baby, the first 3D Cell Explorer of the new generation, to leave the Nanolive HQ. Our hardware and software development teams worked nights and days, during the previous weeks in order to make it ready for delivery to Clemens for the exact day in which we were also there. The microscope arrived in the late morning and everyone welcomed it with extreme enthusiasm as you can see from this pic:

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At 2PM Clemens organised a demo-presentation for us at the department where we had the chance to show to everyone our technology and present our new hardware and software. People over there seemed extremely curious and asked plenty of interesting questions. Again, it was definitely gratifying to see all this interest around us and our technology.

Moreover, Clemens offers the possibility, for everyone, to go to his lab and try the instrument during some defined demo sessions, so, if you are reading my blog from somewhere around Boston and you are intrigued… Don’t miss this chance, just send an email to me (lisa@nanolive.ch) and I will immediately put you in contact with him! 

What to say to conclude? This trip has been simply great: we got the exceptional opportunity to meet many interesting people, to show the results of our hard work and to be finally paid back with enthusiasm, appreciation and some pre-orders ;-). There are no words to describe the motivation that came back with us…  

US, thank you! We hope to come back soon!

Cheers,

Lisa