It looks like a blue-tinted coffee maker with a toaster tucked underneath. It sounds like an old-fashioned fax machine.
In fact, it’s a FACS.
Make that “Flourescent Activated Cell Sorting” machine. It’s one of the favorite machines in the recently expanded labs of a Science Park-based start up on the verge of trials for a pioneering new way to treat multiple myeloma, an aggressive blood cancer, and potentially other diseases as well.