Sirigen

Sirigen

Sirigen

Sirigen, a spinout from the University of California, is applying Nobel prize winning polymers technology for use in the biotech and life sciences sectors. These polymers have unique light harvesting properties which amplify light sources passed through them. These are currently applied in biological assays for diagnostic and healthcare applications. Sirigen was sold to Becton Dickinson in August 2012.

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