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Auburn, Ala., July 7 /PRNewswire/ -- CytoViva(TM), a new and innovative optical microscopy-imaging system has been selected by R&D Magazine as one of the top 100 most technologically significant products introduced to the marketplace in 2006. This prestigious international award is often referred to as the 'Oscar of Inventions.'
To date, the CytoViva(TM) system has been used by scientists representing laboratories in academic, government and private industry sectors. Research inthese laboratories include initiatives focused on infectious disease, nanotechnology and drug discovery. For example, CytoViva enables observation of the toxic effect of nano-particles used for targeted drug delivery.
Charles T. Ludwig, President of the company's CytoViva(TM) division notes, "In its first year of commercialization, applications for CytoViva have already extended beyond traditional biological research to include materials science based researchers, many of whom are on the forefront of the nanotechnology revolution. We are honored to receive this award as it further validates what our scientific customers have already told us about CytoViva's ability to impact their research efforts."
The R&D 100 Awards were established in 1963 and have recognized winning products such as the automated teller machine, halogen lamp, fax machine, liquid crystal display, Nicoderm antismoking patch and HDTV. All entries are initially judged by more than 50 outside, independent, experts chosen from professional consultants, university faculty, and industrial researchers with superior expertise and experience in the areas they are judging.