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January 11, 2023

SCHOTT Opens First Facility in U.S. to Increase Capabilities and Capacity for Development and Manufacturing of Diagnostics and Life Sciences Products

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 2023, PHOENIX, AZ, USA Multi-million-dollar investment sets up new facility in Phoenix, AZ, that will focus on production of custom DNA and protein biosensors and other microarrays on glass, semiconductors, and polymer microfluidic consumable devices SCHOTT MINIFAB offers complete set of solutions for contract design and manufacturing of rapid diagnostic devices to enable precise treatments and therapies. New facility adds to the capabilities already in place in Jena,… READ MORE
February 17, 2022

Web Seminar Replay: Point-of-care diagnostics design, development and manufacturing. When outsourcing makes sense.

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Watch Webinar Replay: Thursday, March 10th 2022 @ 11:00AM AEDT This webinar will examine these challenges and explore which key decision-making factors are important when considering an in-house effort vs outsourcing to a partner. In this presentation, Andrew Campitelli will address these issues with the goal of helping diagnostic stakeholders make better decisions toward the growth of their diagnostic programs. WATCH EVENT PLAYBACK > READ MORE
January 25, 2022

New Microarray Development & Manufacture Capabilities: Watch Free Live Session

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Speaker: Tamma M. Kaysser-Kranich, Ph.D. VP, Chief Technology Officer, Applied Microarrays Recorded: Lab-on-Chip & Microfluidics Congress, Coronado CA I'll cover two main topics in this talk. I’ll spend a little bit of time introducing Applied Microarrays, in case you are not familiar with our capabilities. I’ll go also some the exciting evolution in our own business in becoming part of SCHOTT MINIFAB and what that means for what we can offer to IVD design development and manufacturing. READ MORE
October 25, 2021

Pre-scored Glass Wafer Lowering the Cost of Biochips

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Whether you are developing a glass biochip for inhouse use, or as a commercial product, cost-of-good (COGs) has always been at the top of consideration list. Key to managing COGs is the ability to keep costs as low as possible in small quantities whilst still taking advantage of economy of scale as demand increases. This is particularly challenging with customized glass chips. READ MORE