September 28, 2010: Hamilton Thorne (TSX-V:HTL) is mining a stem cell gold rush with a line of miniaturized lasers that attach to standard microscopes, enabling researchers to turn months of work into days and hours into seconds.

“We make quite extraordinary laser systems. They are roughly an inch-and-a-half long by an inch wide, and they have the capability of a laser three feet long and 20 inches high,” CEO Meg Spencer says in an exclusive interview with BioTuesday.ca. “We intend to be the leading supplier to the stem cell gold rush, and we’re coming out with a couple of products that are real breakouts,” she adds.

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