Only last August, Ramot at Tel Aviv University and BIOSYNTH AG announced their joint development work on novel detection molecules. The subject of this cooperation is the AquaSpark™ technology for chemiluminescence-based markers.
Chemiluminescence, the process that lights up glow sticks, occurs when a chemical reaction produces light. Researchers from Tel Aviv University developed new reagents to visually detect molecular processes inside cells or biological samples.
Memorial tattoos are more popular than ever. Swiss start-up company SKIN46 have taken the memorial tattoo to new heights, creating the world's first biogenic tattoo ink made from human or even a pet's hair. First tattoo with the ink has been done.
ESCATEC has delivered on a multimillion Euro manufacturing contract with Unilever for a new capsule based tea machine. ESCATEC was responsible for industrializing Unilever's initial design for high volume production and setting up a new factory.