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Apr 23rd, 2014
Startup makes first MEMS bio-tag sales
Bluechiip Ltd, of Melbourne, Australia, has achieved the first sales of its passive ID and temperature-sensing device based on MEMS technology.
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The technology has particular applications in identification of biological samples to be stored in repositories.

The company has made sales to an Australian synchrotron operator, as well as a genomics and clinical laboratory in North Carolina and hospitals in Shenzhen, China, and Victoria, Australia.

Chairman Iain Kirkwood says approximately $50,000 of gross sales have been achieved so far. Bluechiip was co-founded by MEMS technology consultant Brett Schwarz in 2003, who recently left the company. Jason Chaffey, chief technology officer, is acting CEO.

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