Understanding the
chemistry of biology

Our expertise centers around understanding how the chemistry and biology of naturally scaffolded compounds work in bacterially-based health conundrums and then recreating these chemical and biological processes as the foundation for solutions with commercial potential.

Our specific scientific knowhow includes computational and analytical chemistry, medicinal chemistry, organic chemistry, clinical drug development, microbiology, molecular biology, biochemistry and engineering, along with a strong flare for doing things in a different way. It’s the “what if?” factor. In a word, innovation.

Our in-house technologies include a range of separation, drying and analytical techniques. We also have a bespoke Class II microbiology, a cell biology laboratory and in-house genomics facilities. 

Our scientists have well-honed skill in extracting and characterising bioactive molecules, purifying enzymes and developing and carrying out assays. We know and understand how to work with a range of small molecules, sugars and enzymes.

We also have the facilities and proven skill that allows us to scale up production in-house so that we can try out the ideas that we have generated in our laboratories in closer to life contexts.

This combination of scientific knowledge, experience and infrastructure means we can conceptualise, produce and trial R&D solutions in-house prior to further developing them either with or without external partners.

Understanding the chemistry of biology

Our expertise centers around understanding how the chemistry and biology of naturally scaffolded compounds work in bacterially-based health conundrums and then recreating these chemical and biological processes as the foundation for solutions with commercial potential.

Our specific scientific knowhow includes computational and analytical chemistry, medicinal chemistry, organic chemistry, clinical drug development, microbiology, molecular biology, biochemistry and engineering, along with a strong flare for doing things in a different way. It’s the “what if?” factor. In a word, innovation.

Our in-house technologies include a range of separation, drying and analytical techniques. We also have a bespoke Class II microbiology, a cell biology laboratory and in-house genomics facilities. 

Our scientists have well-honed skill in extracting and characterising bioactive molecules, purifying enzymes and developing and carrying out assays. We know and understand how to work with a range of small molecules, sugars and enzymes.

We also have the facilities and proven skill that allows us to scale up production in-house so that we can try out the ideas that we have generated in our laboratories in closer to life contexts.

This combination of scientific knowledge, experience and infrastructure means we can conceptualise, produce and trial R&D solutions in-house prior to further developing them either with or without external partners.