Each year at this time, InBio has a companywide meeting to celebrate our “Highlights of the Year!” This year InBio had many reasons to celebrate, including achieving sustainability milestones, building new manufacturing space, and development of innovative products and services.
It has been a pleasure to work and collaborate with our clients this year. Thank you for your support. Here’s to a successful 2024!
Please find some of InBio’s 2023 highlights below:
Committed to positive environmental outcomes.
InBio Green Benefits focuses on sustainability practices outside of the workplace and includes an annual employee stipend for sustainable purchases. In 2023, InBio Green Benefits has;
Achieved 5x of impact originally projected through the company spend of the Green Benefits program, which includes reimbursement on qualifying home energy, food and waste, and transportation expenses.
Recycled more than 418lbs of lab plastics since June.
Pursued installation of on-site EV chargers for employee EV’s.
Expanded ELISA 2.0 Manufacturing Capabilities
InBio has expanded its ELISA 2.0 capabilities by building a new manufacturing facility, including a state-of-the-art Hamilton Vantage Liquid Handling System.
InBio’s new, streamlined manufacturing process is designed to deliver high quality and trusted ELISA 2.0 products for diagnostic and therapeutic applications. Through these process improvements, InBio continues the mission of helping researchers and companies with their critical allergen detection needs. Research made Real!
An innovative solution for user-friendly air sampling.
InBio has developed Apollo, a modern solution to simplify air sampling for the IAQ industry
Key Features of Apollo include:
- User-friendly; simple as plug and play
- Whisper quiet operation; under 40 decibels
- High flow rate sampler (>400Lmin)
- Long-duration sampling with defined flow rate; set it and forget it
- Improved allergen capture over IOMs and electrostatic dust collectors (EDC)
- Highly reproducible results
InBio’s Senior Scientist, Dr. Nicole Brackett, was the recipient of the Rosalind Franklin Society (RSF) Awards in Science. The annual award is for the best paper by a woman or under-represented minority in science in each of the publisher’s 100 peer-reviewed journals, providing role models and mentors for younger scientist following in their footsteps. Nicole’s research on applying CRISPR gene editing to delete Fel d 1 from cat cells has received global recognition.
InBio believes in transparency and continues to publish its research findings in peer-reviewed journals. Recent publications include;
Find our complete list of publications here.
InBio held three webinars in 2023, including;
Find our complete list of webinars here.
Looking Forward To Working With You In 2024!
Whether you conduct primary research on allergens, develop diagnostic systems, or create products to alleviate environmental and food allergies, you need expertise in action. And that’s exactly what InBio delivers, across everything from highly purified allergens and advanced test kits, to environmental and food allergen testing, to contract research for specialized needs.
- Broad product catalog
- Deep scientific background
- Ongoing commitment to R&D
- Well-documented subject-matter expertise
- Direct contact with our scientific team
- Flexible, collaborative relationships