LUMICKS Competitors, Revenue and Alternatives
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- LUMICKS's estimated annual revenue is currently $17.4M per year.
- LUMICKS's estimated revenue per employee is $145,000
- LUMICKS has 120 Employees.
- LUMICKS grew their employee count by 22% last year.
- LUMICKS currently has 16 job openings.
|Competitor Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|Open Web IT||$6.4M||44||33%||N/A|
What Is LUMICKS?
LUMICKS brings to market revolutionary single-molecule technologies that enable for the first time visualization of molecular interactions and acoustic manipulation of biomolecules. These breakthroughs are allowing scientists to understand life to the smallest detail, which is critical for cancer research and drug development. Current single-molecule techniques allow scientists to achieve only partial understanding of complex biological processes. With LUMICKS groundbreaking optical tweezer-fluorescence microscopy, scientists are now able to visualize and measure mechanical properties of biomolecular complexes in real time, revealing the complete picture. Manipulation, force measurements and visualization of these complexes, for example DNA-protein interactions, are performed simultaneously, which allows correlation of mechanical properties to the number, location and conformational state of proteins bound to DNA. LUMICKS provides ready-to-use instrumentation for single-molecule visualization, acoustic manipulation of biomolecules and microfluidic flow systems, allowing scientists to focus on their experiments and breakthrough science.keywords:N/A
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|Melissa Glasner||Sales Account Manager|
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