March 1st, 2009 Microbial Novoteqs has completed its move to a new location in the Trademark Business Center at 240 Great Circle Road, Suite 333, Nashville, TN 37228.  The new facility is larger and more accessible, helping to accelerate the pace of our discovery and development efforts.
  November 20th, 2008 Dr. Hong Fang, President and CEO, will give a presentation at the Tennessee Innovation Conference in Nashville (Nov. 20-21, 2008). The conference was organized by the Tennessee Technology Development Corporation (TTDC), a private, state government-created corporation tasked with implementing an innovation-based economic development agenda.
  June 1st, 2008 Chief Scientific Officer Dr. Neil Green was recently invited to author an article, "Cell-based assays to identify inhibitors of viral disease",  published in Expert Opinion on Drug Discovery. This article highlights the innovative drug screening technologies developed and employed by Microbial Novoteqs.
  August 5th, 2007 Recent progress at Microbial Novoteqs will be highlighted in a poster entitled "Application of the yeast-based Y-Grow platform to high-throughput screening for intracellular protease inhibitors" presented at the IBC’s 12th Annual World Congress, Drug Discovery & Development of Innovative Therapeutics, August 6-9, 2007, at the World Trade Center and Seaport Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts.


  June 1st, 2007

Dr. G. Neil Green, a professor in the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, will join Microbial Novoteqs as Chief Scientific Officer July 1st, 2007. Dr. Green brings a wealth of experience in yeast molecular genetics, secretory pathways, intracellular proteases, and the development of cell-based assays for high throughput screening.


  March 16th, 2007 Microbial Novoteqs, Inc. has dramatically improved its high-throughput screening capabilities by acquiring an Echo 550 Compound Reformatter. This state-of-the-art instrument uses "touchless" acoustic energy transfer technology and will exquisitely complement the rapid and cost-efficient screening assays pioneered by Microbial Novoteqs.


  March 10th, 2007 Dr. Hong Fang, President and CEO of Microbial Novoteqs, will be a member of the China Trade Mission organized by Nashville Mayor Bill Purcell and the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce. For more information, please see the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce press release and reports in the Nashville City Paper and the Nashville Business Journal.


  January 26th, 2007 CET and Microbial Novoteqs, Inc. have issued a joint press release announcing the expansion of Microbial Novoteqs, enabled by a 3-year, 1.4 million dollar grant from the National Institutes of Health.


  January 26th, 2007 Microbial Novoteqs, Inc. is the focus of an article in the Nashville Business Journal.


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