Leading companies and research institutes in oncology, diagnostics, automation and micro-nano-bio research, including MEDIPAN, Attomol, PolyAn, Cybertron, DKFZ, DKTK, TU Dresden and BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg, have joined forces to investigate next generation technologies with the goal of enabling a new integrated platform for precision medicine in oncology. The PRÆMED.BIO project receives total funding of €10 million from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).
PolyAn today announced the introduction of its new 3D-Azide plates for bio-orthogonal immobilization of biomolecules via click-chemistry.
PolyAn wins research grant together with the Freie Universität Berlin. The project aims to develop new hydrogel surfaces for enhanced signal-to-noise ratios.
PolyAn today announced the introduction of its new 3D-Aldehyde PMMA beads for direct, one-step immobilization of biomolecules.
Using Cellenion’s unique single-cell isolation and dispensing technology enables high throughput automated dispensing of individual beads from bead suspensions onto a substrate of your choice.
PolyAn today announced the launch of its Spectrum Calibration Beads for calibration of flow cytometers and other fluorescence imaging systems. Each color encoded PMMA bead population (peak) contains a mixture of fluorophores that allows performance validation at all wavelengths.
PolyAn wins research grant together with the BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg. The project aims to develop a new fluorescence encoded Nanobeads and sub-micron particles for IVD applications.