Link-up Down Under

Australian institute deal for Arrayjet

Iain McWilliamTechnology firm Arrayjet, has won a £220,000 contract with one of Australia’s flagship biomedical research institutes.

The Midlothian based firm will link up with the Glycomics at Griffith University which houses some of the country’s most renowned research groups developing the next generation of drugs and vaccines to fight diseases of global significance and impact.

Dr Chris Davis, general manager, at the Institute, said: “As an established world-leader in glycomics translational research, we are delighted to work with Arrayjet to further build translational capacity in our state-of-the-art glyco-bioanalytical facility.”

The Institute is working with Arrayjet to provide life science companies throughout the Asia-Pacific a consulting service based on Arrayjet Advance technology.

Iain McWilliam (pictured), chief executive of Arrayjet, said:”The Institute for Glycomics is at the cutting edge of this complex technology and we are delighted they have chosen us to partner with them at this exciting phase of their development.” 

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