Tuesday, 19 September 2017

PerkinElmer India opens CoE at IISER Pune

16 August 2017 | News

PerkinElmer-IISER Pune Centre of Excellence will help educate the region’s current and future scientists on high-throughput analyses in life sciences

Prof. KN Ganesh and Ms. Jayashree Thacker cutting the ribbon to inaugurate the COE

Prof. KN Ganesh and Ms. Jayashree Thacker cutting the ribbon to inaugurate the COE

PerkinElmer, Inc., a global leader committed to innovating for a healthier world, today announced PerkinElmer India’s opening of a Centre of Excellence at Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Pune.

As a cutting-edge instrumentation facility, PerkinElmer-IISER Pune Centre of Excellence will help educate the region’s current and future scientists on high-throughput analyses in life sciences.

The facility will house instruments such as high content analysis and automated liquid handling workstations, plate readers, and those for multispectral imaging and DNA/RNA analysis. The Centre plans to hold annual workshops that will be open to scientists across India.

Jayashree Thacker, President, PerkinElmer India said, “This collaboration is another step toward supporting the Skill India campaign, which helps researchers and students develop advanced competencies in  life  sciences  research.”

“The opening of this new facility and our collaboration with IISER supports the expansion of PerkinElmer and our relationships with leading research organizations in India,  further positioning us to deliver innovative solutions for our customers”, she added.

Speaking at the event, Prof K N Ganesh, Director IISER, Pune said, “This Centre is an example of an exemplary industry-academia collaboration. The advanced bio-analytical set up by Perkin Elmer will not only hone the analytical skills of undergraduate students’ but also elevate their understanding of interdisciplinary science and will  nurture the institute mandate of integrating teaching with state-of the-art research.”

 

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