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Applied DNA Sciences Supporting Major Retail Brands and Manufacturers at 2017 New York Home Fashions Market

Applied DNA Sciences today announced its support of major brands and manufacturers at the 2017 New York Home Fashions Market, with agreements signed for cotton and synthetic recycled fibers expanding to include home textiles such as towels, bath rugs, duvets, plush throws and bedding. At this month's New York [...]

Cotton Grower | Riding a Rising Market

www.cottongrower.com | August/September 2017

Applied DNA Sciences Signs New Licensing Agreement with Himatsingka America

New Agreement to Empower Large-Scale Supply Chain Security within the Cotton Industry Release Details STONY BROOK, N.Y. June 27th, 2017: Applied DNA Sciences, Inc. (“Applied DNA,” “the Company,” NASDAQ: APDN), is pleased to announce the signing of a new licensing agreement with Himatsingka America, Inc. (“Himatsingka”, “HAI”), which is a part of the Himatsingka [...]

Applied DNA Sciences Receives Initial Order to Tag Cotton for the Upcoming 2017/2018 US Cotton Ginning Season

23 June 2017 Release Details STONY BROOK, N.Y. June 23, 2017 – Applied DNA Sciences, Inc. (“Applied DNA,” “the company,” NASDAQ: APDN), is pleased to announce it has received an order to tag  27.5 million pounds of cotton to kick off the 2017/2018 ginning season, composed of three US cotton varietals. The three varietals are [...]

ABC 33/40 | Getting what you paid for: Cotton DNA exposes low quality products

www.abc3340.com | May 24th 2017

Applied DNA’s Molecular SigNature™ Technology Debuts in Bed Bath & Beyond Home Fashions Line

STONY BROOK, NY. May 1, 2017 – Applied DNA Sciences, Inc. (“Applied DNA or the Company,” NASDAQ: APDN), a provider of DNA-based supply chain, anti-counterfeiting and anti-theft technology, product genotyping and product authentication solutions, announced the debut of its textile molecular tag technology, SigNature® T, in Bed Bath & Beyond®1’s Wamsutta®2 line, featuring PimaCott®3,  [...]

Fast Company | Did People Suffer For Your Cotton Shirt? DNA Tagging Lets You Track Its Origins

www.fastcompany.com | March 22nd, 2017

Valley Public Radio | California Cotton Farmers Maximize Harvest by Tagging Crops with DNA

VPR: NPR for Central California, March 21st, 2017 In 2014 the California cotton industry got a wake up call. Somewhere in the supply chain of turning high end cotton into fabric the products were being laced with inferior fiber. And now as FM89’s Ezra David Romero reports consumers can be sure they’re getting what they [...]

WSB-TV | Majority of ‘high-quality’ cotton made of cheap cotton, tests show

www.wsbtv.com | February 15th, 2017