New biotech company locates at Tech Parks Arizona

28 August 2020
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A Nanomoneo scientist at Tech Parks Arizona (USA)

Biotechnology instrument company Nanomoneo has recently announced that it will be locating its new applied research operation at UA Tech Park, one of the Tech Parks Arizona sites in Tuscon (USA).

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, with a total economic impact estimated at $17 million.

After a competitive, multi-state process, Nanomoneo selected Tucson as the location that best meets its future high-growth plans. The company will be located at the UA Center for Innovation at the UA Tech Park at Rita Road, which provides space and incubation programmes for scalable science and technology startups to develop their business and scale operations quickly. It also offers flexible, customizable, supported laboratories for product development: for example, the “rent-a-bench” programme allows growing companies the flexibility to expand their laboratory space while ramping up their operations. 

Juliann Talkington, President of Nanomoneo, said: “We selected Tucson as our home, over several other locations because of the technical infrastructure, services available to early stage companies, reasonable regulatory environment, and social stability. Since we made the decision to locate in Tucson, we have been impressed by what the University of Arizona Center for Innovation and Sun Corridor Inc. have done to help us integrate into the community."

“Nanomoneo selecting to launch its business at UACI, reinforces Tucson’s appeal as One of Ten Best Cities for Startup Costs compared to other markets across the nation. Couple that with the direct access to a qualified workforce and a network of growing tech companies that are all poised for success. We are connecting them to the community and the talented pipeline of University of Arizona graduates. We understand that finding the best talent to build their scaling teams is what keeps CEO’s awake at night and that is our super power when marketing this region,” stated Carol Stewart, Associate Vice President, Tech Parks Arizona.

“Nanomoneo is a great fit for UACI and Tucson. The choice to locate their company here shows that Tucson is rapidly becoming a destination for startups looking to thrive in a supportive community. We look forward to supporting this team. They bring great energy to an already dynamic mix of technology entrepreneurs who work here side by side in a fast-pace, collaborative and creative environment,” added Eric Smith, Executive Director of UA Center for Innovation.

Visit https://techparks.arizona.edu/ to learn more about Tech Parks Arizona.

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