Ardana was a world-leading biotechnology research company. Formally called Ardana BioSciences, this British company was deeply involved in cutting edge biotechnology research; specifically, they were looking to commercialize research conducted by the Medical Research Council’s Human Reproductive Sciences Unit (HRSU)
Unfortunately, Ardana BioSciences went into voluntary administration in 2008.
The decision to close the company was not based on the quality of their pharmaceutical products, but was rather a reflection of the market situation at the time. You can read about Ardana’s work while it was operational on Crunchbase and Bloomberg.
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Some of you might be wondering where Ardana was based.
While it was operational, Ardana was based in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. The company was by no means restricted to the UK; their research and products resulting from that research would have been used around the world. But their headquarters were in Edinburgh. Obviously, the company is no longer trading.