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Biogenics, Inc.

Funding for production of novel and unique freezing, thawing, and active isothermic control units for transporting devices for biologicals. Patents pending.

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Medical Devices and Equipment
  • Location Napa, CA, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded April 1990
  • Employees 4
  • Website

Company Summary

We supply advanced instruments to the life sciences for cryopreservation and precision, validate transport
of precious biologicals: Embryos, heart valves, blood, semen, cultures, even pharmaceuticals. Our current customer base is the "who's-who" of IVF laboratories and bovine embryo transfer companies worldwide. We have an NDA with a company processing pediatric heart valves, and see an extremely high potential for growth in that market.


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    Louis Gamble Jones
    President / CEO

    Electronic engineer with 28 years experience designing, producing, and marketing instruments for the life sciences. Established worldwide distribution network for products consisting of 28 entitities. Minor degree in English. Core competency in cryopreservation and related technology. Designed CRYSALYS cryopreservation management system. Education: CSU 1982, NVC 1978. Member of IETS, AETA, Society for Cryobiology.

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    Stanley Leibo

    Professor Emeritus at New Orleans University. Responsible for the development of current cryopreservation technology utilized worldwide. Involved in the first successful cryopreservation of mammalian embryos. Respected as a global leader in the field. further details available on request, or Google.

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    John Crowe

    Retired Professor Emeritus at UC Davis. Lifetime contributions to field of cryopreservation and assisted reproductive biology. Further details available upon request, or Google.

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    John Bischof

    Thermal engineer at UMN. Further details available upon request.

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    George Seidel

    Key developer of cryopreservation protocols for 30 years. University of Colorado. Distiguished career. Details on Google.