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No. 406: Building Bridgeworks, accentuating AI, big bucks in Bethpage – and only Applied DNA could go to China

  Finish line: The end of another busy workweek is upon is, dear readers, and the start of another well-earned weekend. It’s May 17 out there, and if you had the hometown Wallachians driving the invading Ottoman Empire out of southern Romania on this date in 1395’s Battle of Rovine, kudos – 150 silver groschen have been credited to your account. You say potato: Today is IDAHO, but it has nothing to do with Gem…


No. 381: The Spur evolves, MIDI steps up, Applied DNA in the weeds – and Amazon, we hardly knew ye

  Well done: It’s Friday, friends, and you’ve done it again – the end of the workweek is upon us and another welcomed weekend dawns. It’s Feb. 15 out there, and it’s a busy one – Liberation Day in Afghanistan, National Flag Day in Canada, Statehood Day in Serbia, Total Defence Day in Singapore and, here in the States, Susan B. Anthony Day, celebrating the life and times of our national matriarch of women’s suffrage…


No. 378: Applied DNA in Asia, tech in the classroom and golfers on the moon (plus: why King Kullen still cares)

  Stuck in the middle with you: Here we are, dear reader, together again at the midpoint of another busy week of socioeconomic innovation. Welcome to Wednesday! It’s Feb. 6 out there, marking both Ronald Reagan Day in California (where the future president served two terms as governor) and the UN’s International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation, which is no joke. Sick days: Before we get started, yes, you have the flu…


Globetrotting Applied DNA has it made in Taiwan

By GREGORY ZELLER // Look out, Asia – here comes Applied DNA Sciences. Picking up where it left off at the end of a hyper-busy 2018 – in which it expanded its DNA-based supply-chain-authentication portfolio to include pharmaceuticals manufacturing in Pennsylvania, legalized marijuana distribution in Canada and a host of other supply chains in domestic and international markets – the Stony Brook-based biotech is sending its product-traceability solutions deep into to “the heart of Asia’s…


Applied DNA makes its bed, U.S. retailers to jump in

By GREGORY ZELLER // Inspired by Applied DNA Sciences’ molecular-tagging technology, a global textiles manufacturer is climbing into bed with the “circular economy.” Actually, India-based GHCL Ltd. has already bedded the so-called circular economy (referencing a regenerative system in which waste and emissions are minimized by narrowing energy and material loops, mostly through recycling and manufacturing upgrades). The manufacturer is knee-deep in recycled materials, including entire linen lines formulated from recycled polyethylene terephthalate (you may…


No. 341: Farming out east, divesting at Applied DNA and skipping the most important meal of the day (plus … Super Lawyers!)

Middle ground: Welcome to Wednesday, friends, and the midpoint of another busy workweek on beautiful Long Island. It’s Sept. 19 out there – Day 730 of the bitter Brangelina divorce proceedings, which kicked off when Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad Pitt two years ago today. Stay tuned. Shofar, so good: It started at sundown Tuesday and lasts through sundown today, when they’ll be blowing the ceremonial ram’s horn at synagogues around the world….


Applied DNA won’t let the bed thugs bite

By GREGORY ZELLER // You’ll sleep better knowing your gorgeous new bedding comes from 100 percent source-verified recycled plastic. So say global textiles manufacturer GHCL Ltd. and Applied DNA Sciences, the Stony Brook-based biotech that’s infusing its proprietary CertainT platform into the India-based conglomerate’s new Rekoop brand of bedding products. The CertainT molecular tagging and tracking technology will authenticate recycled plastics being spun into metaphorical gold: GHCL’s Rekoop line of bedsheets, pillowcases and shams, debuting…


Applied DNA journeys deeper into India, and pharma

By GREGORY ZELLER // A new professional collaboration will deepen a Long Island biotech’s ties with global pharmaceutical and nutraceutical manufacturers. Stony Brook-based Applied DNA Sciences has signed a memorandum of understanding with India-based global pharmaceutical conglomerate ACG Worldwide, which is tapping into the Long Island firm’s molecular-based authentication services. The MoU – which is “expected to be followed by a definitive agreement,” according to Applied DNA – will apply the biotech’s SigNature molecular tagging…


Applied DNA catches Irish robber blue/green-handed

By GREGORY ZELLER // Already the bane of Swedish car thieves, Applied DNA Sciences has now notched its first armed-robbery criminal conviction in Ireland. The latest international adventure for the Stony Brook-based anti-theft and product-authentication specialist and its ever-evolving roster of vertical markets takes us to the Emerald Isle, where evidence gathered through the biotech’s SigNature DNA platform has helped convict a thug involved in a violent theft. According to Applied DNA, the case involves…


Applied DNA is talking Turkey (and West Africa, too)

By GREGORY ZELLER // Applied DNA Sciences is in one of those modes again: another week, another big leap into a potentially lucrative geographic or vertical market. This week, it’s geographic, with a new federal mandate in the Republic of Turkey aiding the Stony Brook biotech’s efforts to develop new business there. Applied DNA on Tuesday announced plans to introduce DNA-tagged fertilizer to Turkey and countries in West Africa and Asia, amidst strong interest in…


Applied DNA earns new SigNature patent, more T’d up

By GREGORY ZELLER // Applied DNA Sciences has added two new U.S. patents to its impressive collection – at least, a new patent-and-a-half. The Stony Brook-based supply-chain, anti-counterfeiting, anti-theft and product-authentication specialist announced this week the arrival of U.S. Patent No. 9,790,538, covering “Alkaline Activation for Immobilization of DNA Taggants” – essentially, protecting the core technology powering Applied DNA’s SigNature T molecular tags. The biotech also announced a Notice of Allowance on U.S. Patent Application…


Printing partnership takes Applied DNA global, again

By GREGORY ZELLER // Diversity-driven Stony Brook biotech Applied DNA Sciences has added yet another vertical market to its rapidly expanding collection: laser printers. And not just printers and inks but third parties that use them to tag their products, packaging and supply-chain components, all available through a new “strategic partnership” between Applied DNA and Videojet Technologies. Under the guidance of an all-star business-development team, the biotech – which specializes in can’t-be-copied, can’t-be-broken DNA-based security…


Applied DNA enlists with Army’s bio-warfare defenders

By GREGORY ZELLER // Applied DNA Sciences is in the Army now. Already under U.S. Department of Defense contract on a number of different projects, the Stony Brook-based biotech has entered into a new Cooperative Research and Development Agreement with U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command’s Edgewood Chemical Biological Center. Best known as a developer and distributor of in-house botanical-DNA-based security and authentication protocols, Applied DNA is lending its expertise in a slightly different…


PET project brings Applied DNA to India, and the world

By GREGORY ZELLER // Applied DNA Sciences wants to say one word to you. Just one word. Are you listening? Plastics. After checking cotton, leather, European luxury cars, Department of Defense microcircuits and other diverse, often critical verticals off its to-do list, the Stony Brook-based provider of DNA-focused supply chain, anti-counterfeiting and anti-theft technologies has signed a multi-year licensing deal with global textile manufacturer GHCL Ltd., focused specifically on polyethylene terephthalate. Known best by its…


Applied DNA goes ‘Beyond’ in cotton quest

By GREGORY ZELLER // Applied DNA Sciences is going to Bed Bath & Beyond, but not because it needs new towels. Instead, the Stony Brook-based provider of DNA-focused supply chain, anti-counterfeiting and anti-theft technologies, as well as product-genotyping and product-authentication solutions, is incorporating its “textile molecular tag” technology into the national retailer’s Wamsutta line – cotton products that claim to be made exclusively from pure Pima cotton grown in California. Now, thanks to Applied DNA’s…