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In Applied DNA’s new UL partnership, it’s safety first

By GREGORY ZELLER // A new deal with a worldwide safe-sciences leader will expand a Long Island innovator’s already-impressive global reach. Illinois-based UL, known primarily as Underwriters Laboratories for most of its 124-year history, has reached a “commercial agreement” with Applied DNA Sciences that will “lay the foundation for a significant new development in product authentication and supply-chain traceability,” according to a statement from Applied DNA. Financial terms were not disclosed, but the partnership will…


No. 295: Schein spins out, Marcum surveys CEOs, FalconStor soars west, and how San Diego can save Long Island

Welcome to Wednesday: Over the hump we go, dear readers, and a special hello to new subscribers Heather, Lincoyan, Alan, Nick, Chris, Kimberly, James and Aamir. We couldn’t do it without you. Well, we could, but nobody would know. Now that you’re part of the family, drop us a line at editor@innovateli.com and tell us what you think. Story tips and calendar suggestions thrill us beyond words. Spring break: It’s April 4 out there and…


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…