A new microarray printer for the Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences at University of Copenhagen
- Posted: 22/03/18
The Section for Plant Glycobiology will be using their Marathon Argus to investigate plant cell wall polysaccharides, structure, synthesis, and degradation.
Arrayjet have a long-running relationship with the University of Copenhagen and are pleased to report this new installation.
Arrayjet are proud to welcome Dr. Joe Keegan, a globally renowned life science entrepreneur to join as non-executive director
- Posted: 03/08/17
We take great pride in announcing a game-changing addition of a new non-executive director, Dr Joseph Keegan to join our team. We are delighted to welcome Dr Joe Keegan, a San Francisco-based biotechnology entrepreneur and one of the most respected leaders in the life sciences industry, as our non-executive director to help drive forward future opportunities and make a transformative impact for the business.
Arrayjet business expansion translates into job creation and fuels next generation bio-printing technology
- Posted: 05/05/17
We are delighted to announce that our recent funding round led by Archangel Investors closed at £650,000. This will drive the expansion of Arrayjet Advance in-house consultancy services, increase our global commercial resources and bring new products to market. We have recently started the process of designing and developing its next generation bio-printing technological solutions with a new product scheduled for launch in 2018.