- It has yet to turn a profit, and it operates in a biotech space where the competition is global in scope, but the decision by Madison research tool manufacturer NimbleGen Systems
to file an initial public offering and raise up to $75 million is the latest bit of evidence that the Wisconsin biotech company is going places.
The <......Full article >>>
orldwide as the result of licensing and supply agreements with Oxford Gene Technology
, a microarray consultancy service headquartered in Oxford, England. Under the terms of the supply agreement, the British firm will obtain NimbleGen's DNA microarrays
, which are chips used to analyze genes at the molecular......Full article >>>
s at University of Washington
and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute
. Dr. Andrew Sharp, a senior fellow of the University of Washington, said NimbleGen's high-density arrays, which were targeted to specific chromosomal regions, provided in a single experiment what would have taken months to discover using conventional met......Full article >>>
rganizations are branching out to expand their circle of investor connections.
Baird Venture Partners, which already has a presence in China, has decided to partner with the Indian investment and advisory firm Tholons, Inc.
to serve portfolio companies as they establish a foothold in the Indian market.
Venture Investors, in a move that could b......Full article >>>
Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 03/17/07Related biology technology :1
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