A-Alpha Bio Moves to Fluke Hall

Updated: Mar 23, 2020

We're proud to announce that A-Alpha Bio recently moved from our academic laboratory into Fluke Hall: an incubator space designed to foster University of Washington's spin-outs. At Fluke Hall, we set up our own laboratory for molecular cloning and yeast engineering. This facility gives us space to conduct research and development in order to reach initial commercial sales of AlphaSeq. We would like to thank the UW Buerk Center since the funds we received from the Healthcare Innovation Challenge and the Business Plan Competition were absolutely necessary to purchase the laboratory equipment for the new lab. Let us know if you're interested in a tour!

A-Alpha Bio co-founders are both visibly excited in their new lab space.

Our lab is ready to continue the development of AlphaSeq



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