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Apollo Biolife located at Bhopal(M.P), INDIA brings a huge portfolio of nanomaterials and related products to cater the needs of scientists, researchers.

NANOPARTICLES INDIA

India | Posted on August 8th, 2014

Apollo Biolife is located at Bhopal(M.P), INDIA brings a huge portfolio of nanomaterials and related products to cater the needs of scientists, researchers.

Apollo Biolife starts manufacturing Nanomaterials and allied products in India

Apollo Biolife located at Bhopal(M.P), INDIA brings a huge portfolio of nanomaterials and related products to cater the needs of scientists, researchers, students and also for the industries using nanomaterials in their research and production purposes.

Apollo Biolife is a primary player in the upcoming field of Nanotechnology. Apollo Biolife functions as a Nano materials supplier in India, and provides both Research & Industrial grade nano materials of all kind to academia, corporate houses and institutions within India. It also fulfills custom synthesis orders of Nano materials.

ApolloBiolife bring the finest and purest form of nano materials like:-

• Carbon nanotubes
• Nanodiamonds
• Nano wires
• Nano metals
• Fullerenes
• Quanum dots
• PEG Derivatives
• Tectomers
• Phosphonic Acid Derivatives

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About Apollo Biolife
Apollo Biolife’s state of the art laboratory is equipped with a
nexus of scientists and skillful technicians to provide you with
high quality nanotechnology and molecular biology products for
the modern biotechnology applications.
Our services range from custom microbiology, molecular biology
and biochemistry tools to immunological assay development.

Our versatility allows us to deliver projects for a broad range of
organisms and a large number of samples, while delivering high
quality data with fast turnaround times. Our team of experts will
help you reach your specific project goals.

For more information, please click here

Contacts:
Niranjan Singh
Asst. Manager
Phone: 9827007819

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