NanoSight, a leader in nanoparticle characterisation, has been listed in the 2013 Sunday Times Tech Track 100 league table supplement published in The Sunday Times on 15 September with title sponsor Hiscox. Tech Track ranks Britain’s private tech (TMT) companies with sales over £5 million that have had the fastest-growing sales over the last three years.
NanoSight was placed in 70th position in recognition of continued exponential growth reflected in sales performance since 2006, when sales of its Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) technology took off. Speaking of this latest award for excellence, CEO Jeremy Warren said: “On behalf of NanoSight's team, I am very pleased for the company to be recognised in this way; Tech Track recognition certainly validates our work. 2013 has seen us continue to grow sales on the back of new technology developments, such as the launch of our new NS300 system at Pittcon and more recently, the addition of dynamic light scattering (DLS) capability to the flagship NS500 system.”
Founder and Chief Technical Officer, Bob Carr, is particularly excited by the recognition of the technology through the publication of nearly 1,000 peer-reviewed papers citing NTA. “I am very proud to see the work of our development team provide technology that is making a significant difference in nanotechnology, the life sciences in particular. We have seen tremendous advances in the study of exosomes where their use as biomarkers with potential for early stage diagnosis of various cancers. Other areas in which we have seen growth include protein aggregation and the study of viruses and vaccines. Now we look to expanding into more areas as our technology is being used in more and more applications areas.”
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