Polysaccharide research a catalyst to establishing pioneering Microarray Centre at Newcastle University for bioscience community
- Posted: 09/01/20
- Newcastle University invests £280,000 with Arrayjet, the UK’s leading provider of microarray bio-printing technology, as part of its plan to establish a pioneering microarray centre for the northern half of the United Kingdom.
- The centre will be used by other university departments, as well as external life science and biotechnology research partners.
- Posted: 18/12/19
Arrayjet is pleased to announce they will be demonstrating a state-of-the-art Marathon Argus at SLAS2020, International Conference and Exhibition for the Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening.
- Posted: 23/07/19
A new Super Marathon with JetMosphere Max™, has been installed at the SciLifeLab to ensure efficient and reproducible microarray printing under highly controlled environmental conditions.