Aston University – APT Co-Sponsored PhD has Started!

APT’s first co-sponsored PhD project has now started at Aston University. The PhD will provide insight into how iDPC can formulate amino acids as adjuvants and modulate the subsequent buccal transport of biologicals. Our first steps to investigating iDPC’s applicability to developing oral vaccines! Watch this space!

Our First Placement Student Experience

APT’s first undergraduate placement has come to an end. Tahreem Javaid was a great asset to the company over the past year and has put in remarkable effort despite the ups and downs of the Covid pandemic. Tahreem assisted in the delivery of both internal and external projects and developed into a wonderful scientist over […]

2 New Placement Students Join the Team

APT are delighted to welcome two new sandwich degree placement students to our team. Isobel Clark is joining from Aston University’s Biomedical Science course and Janesh Kumar is joining from Aston University’s Biochemistry course. We are excited to have you on board for the year!

Patent Granted!

APT are excited to announce that the fundamental Patent covering the iDPC technology has been granted in the US and Japan in summer 2021 following approval in the Europe in January 2020. Our second patent is following and a third patent will be submitted! This recognition by the various patent offices exemplifies the unique hardware […]

APT to Co-sponsor first PhD with Aston University

Congratulations to Professor Afzal Mohammed for the award of an MIBTP and BBSRC funded PhD looking at the Mechanistic evaluation of amino acids as adjuvants in modulating buccal transport of biologicals. APT will co-sponsor their first PhD and provide support during formulation development and mechanistic assessment of the manufactured materials. This is an exciting milestone […]

Our Team has expanded!

The APT team has expanded! We are excited to announce that Amandip Gill has joined APT as a Formulation/Research Scientist and we have taken on our first placement student, Tahreem Javaid who will be working with our lab team to deliver our project goals! Welcome guys!

COVID-19 Update – We are back!

After a short shutdown due to the current Coronavirus pandemic APT are excited to be resuming R&D and lab work! Aston University is now on the road to reopening allowing us at APT to get back in o the labs and do what we do best! We would like to express our gratitude to both […]


*Update January 2020 APT’s first patent covering the iDPC technology has been granted in Europe. Review process is still underway in the USA, Japan and Canada and we await a favourable response! Mohammed, A. U. R., Dahmash, E., Ahmed, J. & Drew, T. 2016. Coating apparatus and method. WO 2016/066462 A1. United Kingdom patent application […]