19 June 2015 | News | By BioSpectrum Bureau
Waters partners with Taiwan org to establish innovation center
CGU focuses on the implementation of advanced analytical science to answer key health questions
Singapore: Taipei's Chang Gung University (CGU)recently held a ceremony as it has been chosen as an innovation partner in Waters' first Center of Innovation in Taiwan.
Waters inked a pact with CGU's Healthy Aging Research Center to establish a COI program that aims to advance research in health and life science, food safety, environmental protection, sports medicine, and other areas through the use of liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry.
CGU's Healthy Aging Research Center, focuses on the implementation of advanced analytical science to answer key questions on the mechanisms of disease that affect human health, particularly in the elderly.
Dr. Daniel Tsun-Yee Chiu, PhD, dean of R&D, and director of CGU expressed his deep gratitude that CGU's Healthy Aging Research Center has been selected to become a Waters Center of Innovation partner.
"We are truly honored to become Waters Corporation's COI partner in Taiwan. I am confident that the research conducted with the assistance of Waters' technology will lead to breakthroughs that will greatly advance the study of various degenerative diseases and their impact on human health. I would like to once more extend our thanks to Waters for their recognition of our research." said Dr Chiu.