DNASequence is pleased to announce its partnership with the Engineers and Public Works Contractors Fund (TMEDE N.I.P.I.) for implementing biosafety control at the TMEDE Headquarters. The primary goal of this pilot project is to document the microbial footprint within the TMEDE Head Offices, emphasizing the identification of pathogens associated with the occurrence of infections.
The award in the "Health" category was presented by the Deputy Minister of Health, Dimitris Vartzopoulos, to Christos Karapiperis, co-founder and CTO of DNA Sequence.
The awards were given to Greek companies that stand out in the field of innovation and managed to revolutionize their sector, significantly enhancing the transformation of the Greek Economy.
This honour fills us not only with gratitude but, most importantly with responsibility for the future path and goals of the company.
The project will be realized in collaboration with the School of Medicine of UOA and specifically with the laboratory of Prof. Dr. Lagiou and Assistant Prof. Dr. Magiorkinis.
We would like to thank Prof. Dr. Kotanidou, i.e. the project lead, for the trust and collaboration, as well as the President of the UOA School of Medicine Prof. Dr. Gerasimos Siasos
DNASequence applied the Archaeogene technology for the first time at the Holy Church of the Resurrection in Jerusalem. A similar case is the Eupalineo Trench in Samos, one of the most important projects in the history of construction engineering, designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.