BRANFORD, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Quantum-Si Incorporated (Nasdaq: QSI) (“Quantum-Si,” “QSI” or the “Company”), The Protein Sequencing Company™, today announced it has received the “Proteomics Company of the Year” award from the BioTech Breakthrough Awards as part of the program’s 2023 award recipients for its first of a kind protein sequencing instrument.
“Since the groundbreaking introduction of Platinum™, Quantum-Si has swiftly emerged as an industry trailblazer, galvanizing the scientific community with a pioneering focus on proteomics,” said Quantum-Si Chief Executive Officer Jeff Hawkins. “Receiving the coveted Proteomics Company of the Year award in 2023 is a testament to the extraordinary caliber of our team and the revolutionary Platinum instrument-an unparalleled milestone in next-generation protein sequencing™.”
The BioTech Breakthrough Awards program aims to perform the most comprehensive evaluation of life sciences and biotechnology tools, services and companies today, with nominations coming in from the best and brightest biotechnology innovators around the world. This year, the inclusion of a new awards category in proteomics along with three subcategories, signals the immense progress the proteomics industry has made in 2023.
Winners in the various categories are featured online at the Biotech Breakthrough Awards website. To see the complete list, go www.biotechbreakthroughawards.com.
About Quantum-Si Incorporated
Quantum-Si, The Protein Sequencing Company™, is focused on revolutionizing the growing field of proteomics. The Company's suite of technologies is powered by a first-of-its-kind semiconductor chip designed to enable next-generation single-molecule protein sequencing and digitize proteomic research in order to advance drug discovery and diagnostics beyond what has been possible with DNA sequencing. Learn more at www.quantum-si.com.
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