Through partnership with Streck, Viljoen's team develops cutting-edge biotech

Through partnership with Streck, Viljoen's team develops cutting-edge biotech

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Zulu, left, and Philisa are two types of thermal cyclers developed by Streck in partnership with Nebraska researchers.
Zulu, left, and Philisa are two types of thermal cyclers developed by Streck in partnership with Nebraska researchers.
Technology developed by Hendrik Viljoen, professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering, is now in commercial use, through a partnership with Nebraska biotechnology company Streck. Viljoen's technology helps provide faster results in determining whether a bacteria is resistant to frontline antibiotics.




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