AMES, Iowa, Oct. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Advanced Analytical Technologies, Inc. (AATI), based in Ames, IA will expand its office and production space, adding an additional 1200 ft2 of space to current operations. The expansion adjoins the current office space the company occupies in Building 4 on the ISU Research Park campus. Although the 35 person, 10 year old analytical instrumentation company will continue to occupy space in 2 building on the Research Park Campus, the expansion will make the company more efficient by bringing together key operational units.
Dr. Steven J Lasky, CEO of AATI, states, "We are excited about this expansion. The new production space that we are adding will allow us to not only make but QC all of our instruments under one roof, something that we could not do previously. Additionally the space will bring together the management team and support staff and will provide room for new hires as we grow over the next several years."
Mr. Steve Carter, Director of the ISU Research Park, states, "The expansion is also good for the Research Park. We are continuing to fulfill our mission of helping emerging companies with affordable research space and services. Advanced Analytical is one of the many success stories benefiting from the foresight of State leaders. Expansions by companies usually correspond with the addition of new positions, which is obviously a win/win situation for the State of Iowa, ISU and Advanced Analytical."
About Advanced Analytical
Advanced Analytical Technologies, Inc. (AATI) provides innovative
solutions to improve processes and accelerate research within the
pharmaceutical, life science, and personal care/OTC markets. AATI's
portfolio includes technologies for the rapid detection and enumeration of
microbes by flow cytometry, and the parallel analysis of pharmaceutical
compounds or biomolecules by capillary electrophoresis with UV absorbance
detection. Several new instruments based on fluoresce
|SOURCE Advanced Analytical Technologies, Inc.|
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