Norton Scientific designs the measurement tools to enable advances in proteomics, nanotechnology and green technology to proceed from idea to production.
In this manner, Norton (NSI) is growing upon the success of its first product targeting researchers in the field of Proteomics, while also developing its IP base in mechatronic systems, microfluidics, guided wave optical detection, multi-variate analysis software for real time process control, and macromolecular and/or nanoparticle separations.
Proteomics is the branch of genetics that studies the full set of proteins encoded by a genome. The potential of Norton lies in the continued development, introduction and commercialization of measurement systems for use in a wide range of markets from healthcare, biomaterials and green industries to viticulture, including brewing.
19 Jan 2012
It has come to Norton’s attention that a company called “Franz Watermann AG” purportedly operating from Belgium/Netherlands is engaged in fraudulent activities. Potential shareholders should be cautioned not to have any dealings with this firm and in the event of being solicited by this company they should advise Norton immediately.more »
15 Nov 2011
Norton to Present at “New Approaches & Technologies to Improve Process Development, Manufacturing & Control” in India
Norton Scientific is pleased to have been chosen to present a paper at the Genetix Biotech Asia Pvt. Ltd 2011 Bio Conference to be held in three cities across India December 2011. Arun Prakash, the president of Genetix, expects a total of about 1,000 attendees based on last years successful conference. The three cities and [...]more »
30 Sep 2011
Norton Scientific continues to increase US market penetration by now covering the entire US West Coast with one key distributor. The Company has signed a distribution agreement with Shoko America Inc of Torrance, CA. The parent company, Shoko Scientific of Japan, earlier signed on to distribute Norton products in Japan. Shoko is a great fit [...]more »