Nanologica enters into research collaboration with GSK
Nanologica has signed a Services Agreement with GSK to apply its expertise in nanoporous materials and customized drug delivery systems to advance the development of new technology platforms for early stage development projects.
”We are excited about the collaboration with GSK. This is an early, but interesting project with the possibility to unlock new approaches to personalized medicine. It is a great opportunity for Nanologica to contribute to this field,” says Nanologica’s CEO Andreas Bhagwani.
This paid development project is in line with Nanologica’s strategy in the business area Drug Delivery. The business model in Drug Delivery is based on having many different projects in collaboration with pharmaceutical companies to apply Nanologica’s proprietary technology to real problems of drug developers. Nanologica is increasingly seeking projects where potentially more value can be created, as this agreement illustrates.
“The healthcare industry is showing growing interest in Nanologica’s technology, which for us is good evidence that we are on the right track. Our goal is to be the world-wide expert in porous silica-based materials for life science applications,” says Andreas Bhagwani.
Early projects can be the starting point of long-term collaborations, but can also be limited to the initial scope and timeline. Nanologica is constantly evaluating new project proposals with the goal to identify opportunities to apply and commercialize its drug delivery systems.
For further information, please contact:
Andreas Bhagwani, CEO of Nanologica phone: +46 70 316 17 02 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Nanologica Nanologica develops nanoporous silica for applications in life science. The company focuses on two business areas: drug delivery and chromatography, a technology used for the separation and purification of products on the market and in development. Nanologica’s core competency is to apply its unique know-how in the field of material science for developing nanoporous silica particles with unique characteristics. Based in Södertälje, Sweden, Nanologica has 19 employees from ten nationalities of which ten are PhDs. For more information, please visit www.nanologica.com.