David Freedman | Automating Nanoparticle Characterization
Who is David Freedman?
Like all great engineers, David Freedman started with Legos. That quickly grew into a fascination not just with mechanical building but with automation and software, which led him into the field of electrical engineering. David now operates as COO at NanoView Biosciences, which he co-founded, helping research and Academic institutions detect and characterize exosome nanoparticles & other extracellular vesicles.
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