Nanomoneo, a biotechnology instrument company, has selected the University of Arizona Center for Innovation for its new applied research operation.
The newly formed, venture capital-backed company is working on solutions that allow consumers to “see” things that are not normally visible with the naked eye. The company plans to hire 14 people over the next five years, including research scientists, engineers and research support. The total economic impact is estimated at $17 million.
The UA Center for Innovation provides both space and incubation programs for scalable science and technology startups to develop their technology and business and scale operations quickly.
– Arizona Commerce Authority reports