MatMaCorp’s COVID-19 2SF RNA test detects a highly conserved RNA-dependent RNA polymerase (RdRp) gene of SARS-CoV-2 and received FDA EUA to be performed on company’s Solas 8 portable platform
MatMaCorp received NIH RADx funding to scale COVID-19 testing for rural and agricultural communities
MatMaCorp’s Solas 8 portable testing machine is designed to improve on-site testing capabilities of hospital labs in rural areas. The company recently received a share of a $129.3 million federal award to further development, part of a National Institutes of Health effort to bolster testing capacity in the United States.
MatMaCorp’s COVID-19 platform recognized by NIH. Receives funding for manufacturing and scale up of Solas 8 devices and 2SF tests to support testing in rural communities.
MatMaCorp welcomes Alexi Wellman who brings extensive leadership experience and expertise in corporate finance and accounting to our Board of Directors
As the coronavirus sweeps across the globe sickening humans, scientists are making progress on developing tests that could help combat a different deadly disease: African swine fever, which has been ravaging hog herds.
African swine fever, a lethal viral disease affecting pigs, is responsible for serious production and economic losses and is a global threat to food security
The world of livestock genetic exploration can often resemble the “Chicken or the Egg?” question. Which came first, the genetic discovery, or the ability to measure and identify the genes?
MatMaCorp has quickly translated newly identified genetic risk factors, ARRDC3 and NFIA, into a rapid and cost-effective test for BCHF, an untreatable, fatal condition prevalent in feedlot cattle in the Western Great Plains of North America