GlaxoSmithKline and Anatune Form Innovation Partnership

Martin Perkins

4th June 2013

Anatune and GlaxoSmithKline form an Innovation Partnership

I am pleased to report that we have just formed a joint innovation partnership with GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) at Stevenage, to investigate ways in which new chromatography and sample preparation technologies applications can be applied to some of the current and emerging analytical challenges that GSK faces.

This new enterprise will allow GSK and Anatune to share complementary scientific knowledge and to jointly work upon solutions to some difficult problems.

Anatune’s Dan Carrier commented:

Our lab is well equiped with the latest LC-MS and GC-MS instruments, coupled with automated sample preparation instruments which, jointly, offer many unique capabilities. We have experience in tackling a diverse range of applications across many fields and GSK, of course, have detailed insight into the problems they would like to find solutions for.

I think this will be a very fruitful co-operation.

As part of the arrangement, periodically, GSK’s analytical chemists will be able to use the facilities in our Cambridge laboratory, and, subject to confidentiality considerations, Anatune will we will be able to publish findings in the form of application notes.

If you would like to explore how Anatune can help you find solutions to the analytical problems that you face, please call us on +(0)1223 279 210 or email: