WHO ARE CELLIX?
Who are we? What do we do? Why do we do it?
Stemming from a collaborative partnership between the
Department of Physics and Clinical Medicine at Trinity College Dublin, Cellix was incorporated by co-founders Vivienne Williams,
Dmitry Kashanin and Igor Shvets. In 2006, the company spun-out from Trinity College and established its head office at incubation space located on-campus at St. James's Hospital in Dublin 8.
In 2011, Cellix expanded and relocated to an industrial facility at Longmile Business Park which comprised laboratory,
manufacturing and warehouse together with offices.
Headquartered in Dublin, Ireland.
Class II R&D Laboratory; Manufacturing facilities, Stores
Conference Room & Offices
WHAT WE DO
For 10 years, Cellix has been developing, manufacturing and selling microfluidic pumping solutions (some pumps controlled by a simple iPod touch or an iPad mini), consumable biochips, software and automated solutions for applications in biology laboratories in academia, government laboratories, and the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry worldwide.
Example assays for cell culture.
Our products have supported several therapeutic areas including; thrombosis, oncology, atherosclerosis, inflammation, infectious diseases, biofilm culture, stem cell research, sickle cell disease,
asthma, and allergies.
Today, we are proud to be developing #CellixTech, a strong patent-protected technology portfolio that positions us as the go-to microfluidics company in high-throughput cell analysis and sorting to develop tailored solutions customised for applications in food & beverage, agri-biotech, and health & personalized medicine.
Our revenue model is based on IP Licensing, carve-outs and OEM.
WHY WE'RE DOING IT
Imagine; one day a shot in the arm cures cancer, when preventable diseases are a thing of the past, where world food security is guaranteed.
We're inspired by our mission and driven by possibilities.
We are actively seeking out partners that we can work with to customise and develop #CellixTech in order to serve a need in the market,
maybe even yours.