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Fluid Imaging Technologies Named a Winner in the Laboratory Equipment Category in Algae Industry Magazine's 2015 International Reader's Poll

FlowCAM_images_of_various_speciesSCARBOROUGH, Maine - January 14, 2016 - Laboratory instrumentation manufacturer Fluid Imaging Technologies, Scarborough, Maine was named a winner in the Laboratory Equipment Category in Algae Industry Magazine's 2015 International Reader's Poll.

Algae Industry Magazine (A.I.M.) shines light on algae activities across the industry by nominating deserving candidates for recognition of their discoveries, technologies, scientific contributions, and education. A.I.M. is a meeting place for observations, ideas, news and information about the community of algae production specialists.

“We are honored that A.I.M.’s readers have recognized Fluid Imaging Technologies for our FlowCam dynamic imaging particle analyzer technology,” said Harry Nelson, VP of Aquatic Markets, Fluid Imaging Technologies.

The FlowCam technology has also accelerated oceanographic and fresh water research by automatically collecting large amounts of data and images, allowing for greater insights into the microbial community, and for enhanced monitoring for harmful algal blooms.

About Fluid Imaging Technologies, Inc.
Fluid Imaging Technologies, Inc. manufactures industry-leading particle analysis instrumentation based on digital imaging technology. Its flagship product, the FlowCam®, is the first automated particle analysis instrument to use digital imaging for measuring size and shape of microscopic particles in a fluid medium. With applications in oceanographic research, municipal water, biopharmaceutical formulations, chemicals, oil and gas, biofuels and many other markets, Fluid Imaging Technologies continues to lead the way in imaging particle analysis. For more information please visit www.fluidimaging.com.

Media Contact:
Joyce Brown, Communications Manager
Fluid Imaging Technologies, Inc.
+1 207.289.3242

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