Fine Foods donates two Robots to Non-Profit Genetic Research Institute

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Two robots have been donated by Fine Foods to Istituto Mario Negri, a leading biomedical research non-profit organization and have been installed in the laboratory of Ranica, close to Bergamo, Northern Italy.

During the ceremony of delivery of the equipment, Prof. Giuseppe Remuzzi, Coordinator of the laboratory, expressed his gratitude to Marco Eigenmann, President & CEO of Fine Foods, explaining how the two robots, by substantially decreasing the sampling speed of DNA tests, will help a faster accomplishment of their objectives.

The Ranica laboratory is a state-of-the-art research center focused on genetic alterations of DNA linked to rare diseases and kidney diseases.

 

Fine Foods dona Due Robot all’Istituto di Ricerca non-profit Mario Negri