Trajan Scientific and Medical

Science that benefits people

Our focus is on developing and commercializing technologies that enable analytical systems to be more selective, sensitive and specific for biological, environmental or food related measurements especially those that can lead to portability, miniaturization and affordability.

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Grosseron partenaire Trajan pour les consommables pour Anatomie et Cytologie Pathologiques en France
Grosseron partenaire Trajan pour les consommables pour Anatomie et Cytologie Pathologiques en France

February 28, 2017

Trajan Scientific and Medical a le plaisir de nommer Grosseron comme distributeur de la gamme de produits Trajan pour l’anatomo-pathologie en France. Les produits incluent des lames de microscope et des lamelles. Nos futurs produits consommables pour pathologie seront aussi disponibles chez Grosseron dès qu’ils seront mis sur le marché.

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Grosseron supporting Trajan pathology across France
Grosseron supporting Trajan pathology across France

February 28, 2017

Trajan Scientific and Medical is pleased to appoint Grosseron as a distributor of Trajan’s range of pathology products across France. Products include Trajan microscope slides and coverslips. Our upcoming new pathology consumable products will also be available to purchase via Grosseron as they are launched.

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Putting people at the heart of it all!
Putting people at the heart of it all!

February 18, 2017

It would be easy to dismiss the importance of a microscope slide in the pathology laboratory, after all, put simply it is a flat piece of glass.

Trajan Scientific and Medical believes it is much much more than this, and invite pathology laboratories to work with our range of Trajan microscope slides to make a real difference to their workflow.

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Big science, tiny lab
Big science, tiny lab

January 03, 2017

Elisenda Fornells Vernet began her PhD at ASTech (Training Centre for Portable Analytical Separation Technologies), based at Trajan's Global Corporate Headquarters in Melbourne, Australia. She is currently continuing her research at the University of Tasmania's Sandy Bay Campus. View the video about her work here, or read the full article.

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