Molendotech Limited have recently returned from the University of North Carolina Water Microbiology Conference where they introduced their new product, Siren.
The life sciences company, based in the University of Plymouth Brixham Laboratory, could only attend the conference with support from the TDA International Trade Bursary, a key element of Torbay Council’s Economic Strategy.
The company had a number of objectives for attending the conference including establishing Siren in trials with organisations in the USA responsible for recreational and irrigation water testing and control.
Molendotech develop and exploit technologies based on microbiology and immunology research with particular applications in environment and human health. As at 27th March, Frontier IP Group Plc (LON:FIPP) have a 14.1% holding in Molendotech. FIPP, through its subsidiaries, engages in assisting universities, research institutions, and companies in the commercialization and exploitation of their intellectual property (IP) in the United Kingdom.