Obdulio Piloto, co-founder and CEO, works on some samples at Entopsis in the Hialeah Technology Center. Entopsis is developing novel technology that can easily, cheaply and quickly be used to diagnose numerous diseases in people and animals. The same platform could be used to test foods for toxins or pathogens and many other applications.
Obdulio Piloto, co-founder and CEO, works on some samples at Entopsis in the Hialeah Technology Center. Entopsis is developing novel technology that can easily, cheaply and quickly be used to diagnose numerous diseases in people and animals. The same platform could be used to test foods for toxins or pathogens and many other applications. PEDRO PORTAL EL Nuevo Herald
Obdulio Piloto, co-founder and CEO, works on some samples at Entopsis in the Hialeah Technology Center. Entopsis is developing novel technology that can easily, cheaply and quickly be used to diagnose numerous diseases in people and animals. The same platform could be used to test foods for toxins or pathogens and many other applications. PEDRO PORTAL EL Nuevo Herald

Hialeah health-tech firm attracts investor attention

February 17, 2015 04:41 PM

UPDATED February 18, 2015 08:52 AM

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