Quantum-Si Debuts New Headquarters in Branford, Connecticut
World-class laboratory and office space underpins the scaling of Quantum-Si’s operational and development capabilities in support of its goal to revolutionize protein sequencing.
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“We have a truly transformative product on the market in Platinum, the next-generation protein sequencer, a leadership bench of highly experienced executives, and now we have the facilities to scale alongside that growth” said Dr.
“Quantum-Si’s clear commitment to cutting edge technology— and to Connecticut— are truly thrilling.
Platinum is the world’s first next-generation single-molecule protein sequencing platform that uses proprietary recognizers to identify proteins and amino acids using kinetic binding signatures. Its elegant design and simple workflow enables broad-scale access to proteomic data, for every scientist, everywhere, making it a ground breaking platform for the future of proteomics research. With its small benchtop design and low price-point, Platinum is poised to accelerate breakthroughs across scientific disciplines, from drug discovery to biotech, and help people live healthier and longer lives.
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