Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio (PRWEB) September 19, 2012
Co-founders (and father and son) John and Matthew Putman invented the microscope and much of the analysis software that goes along with it. After having success with their nSPEC system in the semi-conductor industry (more than quadrupling their business in the first year), they foresee many applications for the nPATH in regenerative medicine, OB Gyn, synthetic biology, neurology and more.
Although Nanotronics Imaging is based in small town, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, their microscopes have traveled around the world with instruments in Wales, Belgium, Germany, Taiwan, France, Israel and across the country in the US. The father contingent of the founding duo, John Putman is fond of saying “International is the new domestic.”
“The nPATH was designed with the end goal in mind: crystal clear observation with results that are accurate and reproducible. Being a research scientist myself, I understand how essential a competitive inspection system is”, says CEO Dr. Matthew Putman. Already the nPATH has been expediting cutting edge science at the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine and aiding researchers in a neuroscience and neurotoxicity lab at the Columbia University Medical Center.
“I am very excited about the future of medical research such as regenerative medicine and synthetic biology and I am so glad we have the opportunity to help advance it,” says Kimberly Blozie, a new Nanotronics recruit working in sales and business development. The company is growing. Both their team and facilities have doubled in size in 2012.