IonDx Receives another National Science Foundation Award
August 18, 2020: National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded IonDx Inc., a Monterey, CA-based lifesciences instrumentation company the Technology Enhancement for Commercialization Partnerships (TECP) supplemental fund to their existing SBIR Phase-II grant on “Ion Mobility Spectrometer for Macromolecular Analysis”. This additional award will help IonDx with their commercialization and business development efforts.
“Our ion mobility technology is continually finding new application areas and this funding will help us move into gene therapy and biotherapeutics process control,” said Dr. Henry Benner, IonDx’s CEO and Founder
“We are quite excited with NSF’s continuing support of IonDx. This TECP fund will enable us to advance our B2C and B2B engagements that are important for the long-term commercial success of our technology” said Ananya Dubey Kelsoe, Executive Director of Business and Corporate Development at IonDx.
Link to the SBIR Phase-II Award: https://nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=1926636