Creoptix, a Switzerland-based company focused on next-generation bioanalytical instruments, has launched waveRAPID (Repeated Analyte Pulses of Increasing Duration), a novel, label-free kinetic measurement method that is said to be faster than traditional kinetics. The company developed the Creoptix WAVEsystem to enable molecular interactions to be studied in real time, aimimng to revolutionise drug discovery. By
Wädenswil/Zurich, Switzerland and Saffron Walden, UK, 12th January 2021 / Sciad Newswire / Domainex Ltd., a leading provider of integrated drug discovery services, is pleased to announce that it has invested in the WAVEdelta instrument from Creoptix AG. This instrument utilizes Grating-Coupled Interferometry (GCI) to measure target binding on sensor chips, generating binding affinity and on/off rate kinetics in a high throughput manner.
Not every Swiss start-up involved in Covid-19 research is developing a therapy. Companies also support researchers with digital tools, bioanalytical instruments and the production of proteins. Swiss start-ups are very active in the quest for therapies against Covid-19. You can find several examples in our article from 5 May. According to the weekly updated view
Wädenswil/Zurich, Switzerland, 10 December 2019 – Creoptix AG, a Switzerland-based company focused on next-generation bioanalytical instruments, today announced the appointment of Line Stigen Raquet as Chief Executive Officer with effect from beginning of January 2020. After seven years in the position, Matyas Vegh has decided to pursue new opportunities outside the company. “I am grateful
Spare a thought for agri-tech companies out there focused on microfluidics — the swiftly advancing science of handling and manipulating tiny flows of fluids measured in microliters or picoliters. It’s key for crop science, and it is already bringing an ever deeper understanding of how crops react to light. Such increasingly precise measurements could improve
Creoptix AG, a Switzerland-based company focused on next-generation bioanalytical instruments, has raised CHF8 million in the first closing of a Series C financing round. The round was led by Swisscanto Invest by Zürcher Kantonalbank and joined by Waters Corporation (NYSE: WAT) as well as existing private investors. Robert Schier of Swisscanto Invest has joined