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NEOGEN Launches Reveal® Q+ for Δ9-THC in Hemp
July 28, 2021
The addition of the ability to test for Δ9-THC to our Reveal Q+ portfolio puts the power in the hands of hemp farmers.
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Neogen Reports Record Revenues for Fiscal 2021
July 20, 2021
The fourth quarter was the 116th of the past 122 quarters that Neogen reported revenue increases as compared to the same period in the previous year.
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NEOGEN, Gencove Extend Animal Genomics Partnership
June 28, 2021
The multi-year global agreement allows NEOGEN to offer their next generation SkimSeek™ low-pass sequencing technology to customers across the agricultural community.
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NEOGEN, Center for Aquaculture Technologies Partner to Develop Aquaculture Genotyping Tools
June 24, 2021
The complementary expertise of NEOGEN and CAT will apply modern sequencing and genotyping technologies to aquaculture species.
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AOAC Approves NEOGEN Soleris® Direct Yeast and Mold for Use in Cannabis
June 17, 2021
The Soleris Direct Yeast and Mold test was designed for the rapid detection of yeast and mold in various food, nutraceutical, and personal care/cosmetics products.
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EPA Approves NEOGEN® Viroxide Super™ for U.S. Distribution
June 02, 2021
NEOGEN Viroxide Super is a peroxygen-based powder disinfectant that offers rapid broad-spectrum disinfection as part of a comprehensive biosecurity program.
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NEOGEN Announces 2-for-1 Stock Split
May 12, 2021
The split is the sixth in the company’s 39-year history, the most recent being a four-for-three stock split in December 2017.
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NEOGEN Analytics helps food processors accelerate data-driven safety and quality during pandemic
April 06, 2021
Food processors using NEOGEN Analytics EMP can eliminate time-consuming and error-prone manual data entry, reducing risks associated with delays or mishandled lab communications.
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NEOGEN donates $25,000 to National FFA Organization
March 26, 2021
When we support FFA, we are supporting not only the future production farmers of the world, but the future veterinarians, chemists, teachers, entrepreneurs, and business leaders
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