Baylor University has partnered with FirstIgnite to find industry collaboration for their Molecular Biosciences Center. The center offers researchers access to real-time PCR, flow cytometry, confocal and fluorescence microscopy, BSL-1 and BSL-2 cell culture facilities, as well as a range of other equipment and instrumentation for various techniques. The MBC has a number of instruments available for use, including the QuantStudio 6, FACSVerse Flow Cytometer, and the FACSMelody Cell Sorter.
The MBC’s mission is to enhance, expand, and encourage molecular bioscience research. Due to the research and development of technologies in the field of molecular biology, the market size is expected to increase. In 2021, the biotechnology market was worth $793.87 billion and is expected to grow to $1,683.52 billion by 2030.
The MBC gives Baylor University a competitive advantage. Would your company like to be an affiliate? If you are interested in a conversation with the Baylor University team, you can schedule a time directly on their team’s calendar here: