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Posted in | Nanomedicine | Nanoanalysis

Nanocopoeia Gain Access to Analytical Tools at Saint Paul College

Published on January 11, 2012 at 8:30 AM

Nanocopoeia, Inc. a drug delivery company developing a nanotechnology-enabled portfolio of therapeutic products and the Saint Paul College announce the signing of an agreement for access to the college's laboratory space, and SEM analytical testing equipment.

The company will use the facility and the equipment to conduct experimental research enabling scale-up for commercial production of promising nanopharmaceuticals being developed by the company. The Saint Paul College facility allows Nanocopoeia access to research and characterization tools that will support development of therapeutic nanomedicines in a cGMP environment.

"Access to this new laboratory and suite of characterization equipment and tools represent critical components of our strategy to facilitate the development of a quality system to manufacture nanomedicine products in compliance with FDA guidelines and speed the translation from the laboratory to clinical investigation," said Karen Arnold Nanocopeia's Co-founder and CEO.

Craig L. Anderson, Vice President - Corporate, Foundation & Community Relations of Saint Paul College, stated "This is an excellent example of a public private partnership. We are pleased to have Nanocopoeia utilize our equipment and space. We are been impressed by Nanocopeia's commitment to advancing the science of nanotechnology, the development of nanobiopharmaceuticals, and participation in the growth and expansion of biotechnology in Minnesota."

Nanocopoeia is a drug delivery company developing a nanotechnology-enabled portfolio of therapeutic products. The business of Nanocopoeia is the therapeutic use of those nanoparticles in medical applications. Our patented ElectroNanospray (ENS) process is currently being used to produce complex coatings for medical devices and to nanoformulate drugs.

Saint Paul College, The mission of Saint Paul College is to provide: Education for Employment … Education for Life! Saint Paul College offers comprehensive learning opportunities in both career and transfer education to enhance personal knowledge and advance economic opportunity for the benefit of a diverse population of constituents which includes students, business/industry/labor and the community.

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