1. Life science equipment for research and innovation:

State of the art laboratory equipment including but not limited to clean rooms, laminar flow hoods, centrifuges, PCR machines, Plate readers, autoclaves, fermenters, HPLCs, FPLC’s, imaging systems etc.

2. Life Science reagents for basic and applied research:

Standard laboratory reagents for performing basic and applied research including reagents for making buffer solutions, DNA and protein electrophoresis, media, antibodies, gene synthesis, cloning, DNA and RNA isolation kits, nucleic acid primers and probes, PCR detection kits, cell-based assays, qPCR, bacterial expression, mammalian expression etc.