Thermal Gradient moves operations to Richmond

RICHMOND, Va. — Thermal Gradient has relocated its operations to Richmond and expects to grow to 45 employees within two years. The biotechnology company has leased a 10,000-square-foot space at the Virginia Biotechnology Park.

Thermal Gradient designs and develops devices and systems that perform nucleic DNA and RNA tests. Fields such as infectious disease diagnosis, cancer detection, DNA finger printing, biodefense and counterfeit product testing can apply Thermal Gradient’s technology. The company is developing a portable instrument capable of detecting HIV in under 10 minutes. It will be Thermal Gradient’s first commercial product.

Source: Virginia Business

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Delores Jackson was Director of Corporate Learning for Oklahoma City Community College for eight years, consulting with business leaders to determine the training and develop needs of their employees, designing the programs, and managing a staff of professional trainers. ...