- September 8, 2022. APS just set up a partnership with a spatial biology pioneer, Akoya Biosciences, to facilitate the collaboration in the spatial biology research. This not only greatly improves the capability of APS in multiplexed IHC staining, imaging, and image analysis, but also enables the accessibility of Akoya’s newest technologies to the broader clients in the industry. The high-speed state-of-the-art PhenoCycler-Fusion System offers the finest imaging quality of more channels. With the automated cycling, it gives us the power to stain, view, characterize, and quantify 100+ biomarkers in one sample. These features allow us to capture every little detail of single cells across the whole slide, thus hold the confidence of data accuracy to drive the scientific discoveries.
- October 26, 2021. We are proud to announce that APS just received the Clinical Laboratory License from The Commonwealth of Massachusetts, This License will allow APS to perform anatomic pathology laboratory tests for patient care. The certificate is not only a recognition of high quality of laboratory service, but also a commitment made by APS to provide first class histopathology services to the biomedical community.
- December 3, 2020. APS has been recognized as a VIP supplier by Scientist.com, a leading marketplace of medical research. This will extend our high quality services to many biotech companies with a more acceptable price
- August 7, 2019. Applied Pathology System made contributions to support a scientific discover published in Nature by scientists from Dana Farber Cancer Institute. Read the paper
April 16, 2019. Applied Pathology Systems contributed to a scientific discovery regarding innate immune response to inflammation published in PNAS. Read the paper
February 1, 2019. Applied Pathology Systems and Science Exchange team up to offer online access to high quality histology services for research and development. Read the story
- February 2017: APS partnered with Yurogen Biosystems to develop antibodies for immunohistochemistry research
- January 2017: APS laboratory moved to Biotechnology Park, building 3, of University of Massachusetts Medical School