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Stream Bio shares promising development of its novel bioimaging probes at BioFocus Conference

July 4, 2018

Stream Bio Ltd, a company that develops and manufactures revolutionary bioimaging products and molecular probes, today announced the promising development of its revolutionary Conjugated Polymer Nanoparticle (CPNTM) products at Bionow’s BioFocus Conference.   Bioimaging, the imaging of biological samples, is a popular form of analysis used across life sciences research. Current bioimaging products have weak […]

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Stream Bio presents at launch of UK’s National Formulation Centre alongside industry leaders

March 16, 2018

Stream Bio Ltd today presented its revolutionary Conjugated Polymer Nanoparticle (CPN™) technology at the opening of the Centre for Process Innovation’s (CPI) National Formulation Centre. The official opening of the centre included tours of the new facilities, networking opportunities for both industrialists and academics, and presentations on the centre’s capabilities. Stream was the only SME […]

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Stream Bio joins leading UK businesses on Prime Minister’s China trade visit

January 30, 2018

Stream Bio Ltd has revealed it will be joining Theresa May alongside selected UK businesses on an international trade visit to China. The three-day trip involves 50 business leaders from prominent companies, universities and trade associations including HSBC, Jaguar Land Rover, BP plc, Universities UK, Vaersarien and AstraZeneca. The trip will aid the Prime Minister […]

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Stream Bio presents novel semiconducting polymer-based bio-imaging probes at EPRISE photonics event

January 16, 2018

Stream Bio Ltd has revealed how its unique conjugated polymer nanoparticles (CPN™) can be used in imaging at the EPRISE ‘Photonics in the Medical Technologies and Pharmaceutical Markets’ event in Cardiff. The EPRISE project – Empowering Photonics Through Regional Innovation Strategies in Europe – supports SMEs working in the photonics industry to overcome market barriers. […]

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