The first Glyconeer on the North American Continent has been installed at the University of Alberta in Edmonton Canada. GlycoUniverse welcomes the Lowary Group and their collaborators as our customers.
January 20, 2018
The latest Glyconeer has been successfully installed at Saudi Arabia’s flagship research institution, the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in the laboratories of Professor Charlotte Hauser at the Division of Biological & Environmental Science & Engineering. Mario Salwiczek, Head of Science at GlycoUniverse says, „We are happy and excited to further expand the circle of Glyconeer users and to have such a prestigious institution as KAUST as our customer. In particular, I am excited with Professor Hauser’s focus on nanomaterials. We have high hopes in materials science as an expanding field of application for synthetic glycans.“
June 27, 2016
GlycoUniverse has set up a Glyconeer at University of York’s Department of Chemistry. While the machine is located at the Structural Biology Laboratory in Heslington, it will serve all of Britain’s evolving glycan synthesis cluster. GU supports this development and will provide building blocks for synthesis as well as other consumables at special discounts.
December 01, 2015
Jiangnan University’s MOE Key Laboratory of Carbohydrate Chemistry and Biotechnology at Wuxi is the first research institution in China to have installed a Glyconeer oligosaccharide synthesizer. We welcome Professor Jian Yin and his team as new members of the ever growing Glyconeer user group.
May 26, 2015
The York Structural Biology Laboratory (YSBL) in the University’s Department of Chemistry will purchase the UK's first automated carbohydrate synthesiser thanks to a £320,000 grant.More information on the website of the University of York
December 04, 2014
The end of June 2014 marked an important milestone for GlycoUniverse - the installation of the world's very first commercial, automated oligosaccharide synthesizer. The group of Assistant Professor Jeroen Codee at Leiden Institute of Chemistry was the first to receive our automated platform.This first Glyconeer promises to be one of many as we are continuing the production of further instruments and are planning the installation of the second Glyconeer in the next couple of weeks.Check out the Glyconeer today!
July 09, 2014