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Mission Main Street Grants (We need your help!)

We just submitted an application for an opportunity to receive a $100,000 grant from Chase bank.

With this grant we will be able to grow, hire another person, blog more and help more people.  Our company has struggled for 3 years and now it’s getting more business but does not have the infrastructure to handle it.  To do the work efficiently, we need more trained technicians who are able to do many different tasks.  I am the sole employee who also works a part and sometimes full-time job.  I wear many hats and will not be able to keep up much longer without help.  This means I will either have to turn down new clients or risk everything and quit my job to run the company.

To win this, we need your help!  To get into the second round of this contest, we need 250 unique votes.  Voting ends on June 19, 2015.  Will you help us reach our goal?  Please forward to all your friends.

All you have to do is follow the the link below.  Search us (histologistics), sign in with your Facebook account and follow the instructions.

https://www.missionmainstreetgrants.com/vote/businesses

Thank you

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NPR News Covers New Policy of University Of California on Measles

NPR covers the story of the new required policy starting 2017 for all new students attending the University of California.  This gives a microscope picture of measles stained with H&E.  This is a truly rare event where histopathology is highlighted using a micrograph.

Measles
Measles

This is a great article to draw attention to histology and how diseases like this are diagnosed.

http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2015/02/06/384399550/university-of-california-system-will-require-measles-vaccine-for-new-students

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Gram Positive/Negative tissue Sale

Human tissue with gram negative and gram positive bacteria now on sale for $1.37 per slide.  These are 2 tissues on the same slide, 1 with gram positive bacteria (blue) in kidney, the other gram negative (red) in intestine.

High quality positive control tissues are tested (Brown & Brenn staining technique) before leaving the building to make sure your complete satisfaction.  The slides will be sectioned to order, so if you have special instructions please send them with your order.  Act now, this sale only last approximately 1 month or when the tissue is all gone.  This sale will be over March 2015.

Gram Positive Bacteria
Gram Positive Bacteria
Gram Positive Bacteria (red)
Gram Positive Bacteria (red)

Contact us at:

Hans B Snyder

Histologistics Inc.

60 Prescott Street

Worcester, MA 01605

hans@histologistics.com