The RNA Institute of the University at Albany and GE Healthcare (GEHC) are partnering to use specially engineered RNAs.
Through the agreement, Institute-developed qualitative assessment standards will allow AMRI to reproduce and distribute these quality assays
RNA Institute Researchers Develop Enhanced View of RNA to Treat Disease at its Origins
The project is supported by a $225,000 small business technology transfer (STTR) grant from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA).
One of the world’s leading life science and high technology companies has donated extensive collections of RNA molecules.
The RNA Institute’s Student Venture Fund Challenges Teams of Science and Business Students to Bring RNA Inventions to Market
State-of-the-art computational equipment from Dell, Inc., will provide the institute’s researchers with greater capacity to model ribonucleic acid (RNA)…
Their philanthropic investment will enhance the Institute’s ability to be a resource for small, medium and large biomedical businesses and spur economic growth.