News and Awards

Invenios has been honored with awards that acknowledge its technical expertise as well as its green energy and other environmentally friendly practices. We have also included a few news items that pertain to Invenios.

European Life Science Award

european life science awardInvenios received European Life Science Award on May 29th 2012. A panel of judges with unrivaled expertise selected the winning entries for each category. Invenios received the Most Innovative New Service award for its Room Temperature Bonding technology. The award, was presented during a gala evening at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Hamburg, preceding Europe’s largest event dedicated to automation within life science.

The international jury, this year consisting of Enal Razvi (Analyst, Select Biosciences), Abraham Lee (Professor, University of California Irvine), Hakim Djaballah (Director, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center),  Attila Felinger (Professor, University of Pecs), Steve Rees (VP Screening and Sample Management, AstraZeneca) and Anthony Davies (Director of High Content Research, Trinity College Dublin), offered Invenios a certificate of excellence and a beautiful crystal award.

Invenios’ Room Temperature Bonding technology provides a unique and unparalleled method to permanently bond several materials (such as glass-to-glass, glass-to-plastics, glass-to-silicon, glass-to-metal) without the use of adhesives or high temperatures. With this recently patented method enables researchers to enclose fluids, bio-coatings and living cells in transparent cavities without damaging the encapsulated product.

Invenios Takes Inc. 5000 Position 6 for Engineering Companies


Article About Invenios In Pacific Coast Business Times

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Santa Barbara Solar Award

green energy solar awardIn August of 2008, Invenios’ 20,000 square foot manufacturing facility received an award from the City of Santa Barbara Solar Program for installing an aesthetically pleasing and highly efficient solar energy system project that helps to make Santa Barbara a more sustainable city.