1/17/2012 10:38:50 AM
Long Island Business News: Applied DNA in University of Albany partnership
Long Island Business News
Applied DNA Sciences has struck a strategic partnership with the University at Albany’s College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering – a joint venture that will help the Stony Brook-based company’s authentication technology penetrate every aspect of the microchip manufacturing chain.
By combining Applied DNA’s SigNature DNA technology with research and development at CNSE’s Albany NanoTech Complex, the two companies will be able to accelerate the development of SigNature DNA product. This will allow for the discovery of new ways to place DNA markers on every aspect of a microchip, not just the finished product, as is currently the case.
James Hayward, Applied DNA’s president and CEO, and Michael Fancher, CNSE’s vice president for business development, explained that manufacturers build wafers and then send them to different companies to construct microchips. Read More