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Created in 2009 to commercialise biobead technology developed at Massey University. Using a polymer synthase found in a wide variety of bacteria, the company has developed a platform technology that allows the display of proteins on the surface of biopolymer beads (biobeads).
The nickel-zinc battery technology behind Anzode was developed at Massey University. A new battery that is able to withstand up to 1200 cycles of discharges and recharges is the goal of Anzode Ltd, now headquartered in the US but with strong research and development links back to New Zealand.
NZVP is a complete veterinary diagnostic laboratory with a presence in Auckland, Hamilton and Palmerston North.
The company was established as a joint venture between Speirs Group Ltd, Massey University, and the BioCommerce Centre to commercialise New Zealand food science, including the omega-3 technologies developed at Massey University.
A fully owned subsidiary of Massey University, ecentre is a business incubator and technology transfer company. ecentre in turn holds equity in a number of companies who are or have been part of the incubation programme.
A recently formed company to develop Intellectual Property in the energy storage sector.
Established in 2013 based on intellectual property from Massey University, Biolumic is a provider of novel lighting solutions for large scale horticultural customers.
Magritek is a world leading company creating cryogen-free, compact Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) and a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) systems that work on the benchtop and tabletop. Magritek's innovative and accessible products are grouped into four categories: Oil and Gas Solutions, Research Tools, Portable Instruments, and Education systems.
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Last updated on Friday 01 November 2013