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(New Orleans, LA, U.S.) ‒ Advanced Polymer Monitoring Technologies, Inc. was awarded over $1.1 Million under the National Science Foundation’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program. This funding supports development of simultaneous multiple sample light scattering technology for monitoring stability and aggregation of biopharmaceuticals. APMT has also used the resulting Aggregation Rate Generator product (ARGEN) for other applications in...
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(New Orleans, LA, U.S.) ‒ Advanced Polymer Monitoring Technologies, Inc. was awarded over $1.1 Million under the National Science Foundation’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program. This funding supports development of simultaneous multiple sample light scattering technology for monitoring stability and aggregation of biopharmaceuticals. APMT has also used the resulting Aggregation Rate Generator product (ARGEN) for other applications in...
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First ACOMP Installation Achieves Milestone in System Availability (New Orleans, LA, U.S.) ‒ Advanced Polymer Monitoring Technologies automatic continuous online monitoring of polymer reactions (ACOMP) product for industrial scale polymer production monitoring has been installed and operating in a polymer facility since fall 2014. Mike Drenski, APMT’s Chief Technical Officer said, “Our team has done an excellent job...
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First ACOMP Installation Achieves Milestone in System Availability (New Orleans, LA, U.S.) ‒ Advanced Polymer Monitoring Technologies automatic continuous online monitoring of polymer reactions (ACOMP) product for industrial scale polymer production monitoring has been installed and operating in a polymer facility since fall 2014. Mike Drenski, APMT’s Chief Technical Officer said, “Our team has done an excellent job...
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(New Orleans, LA, U.S.) ‒ Advanced Polymer Monitoring Technologies (APMT), a spin-out company based on Tulane University technology, has released two products for polymer and biotechnology applications. APMT entered into an exclusive license agreement with Tulane for a number of patents and patent applications invented by Prof. Wayne F. Reed, Director, Tulane Center for Polymer Reaction Monitoring and Characterization...
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(New Orleans, LA, U.S.) ‒ Advanced Polymer Monitoring Technologies (APMT), a spin-out company based on Tulane University technology, has released two products for polymer and biotechnology applications. APMT entered into an exclusive license agreement with Tulane for a number of patents and patent applications invented by Prof. Wayne F. Reed, Director, Tulane Center for Polymer Reaction Monitoring and Characterization...
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