Cayman Chemicals partnership with WSU allows inventors to license their biochemicals, assay kits, antibodies, and recombinant proteins directly to end users.
Disclose your invention today to start working the Cayman Chemicals.
Washington State University has partnered with Kerafast, to host your life science reagents and market them globally to promote their use in research.
If you have developed a reagent, consider taking the next steps and disclosing it to our office to start working with Kerafast.
Washington State University has partnered with Ximbio, part of the technology transfer team within Cancer Research UK, the largest independent funder of cancer research in the world, to facilitate the translation of life science research tools.
Ximbio works with researchers through the entire spectrum of commercializing their life sciences research tools (including those not under patent protection), from sourcing, and production, to sales, licensing and responding to inquiries for your reagents.