Our new brand
In 2022, we embarked on an exciting rebranding journey to create a new DArT brand for now and future.
Our rebranding journey
DArT – Diversity Arrays Technology Pty Ltd – has a proud history of innovation, expertise and experience spanning over 20 years. We have performed services with excellence for many clients – from individual farmers and researchers to huge multinational companies and governments.
None of that will change, but the time has come to update the way we present ourselves to the world. Our new branding better reflects our values in the context of today’s world.
We have grown so much since 2001. We are no longer just a company using microarray technology to profile genomes. Today we are a multidisciplinary organisation with a broad range of genetic and analytical services, a robust IT development capability and a clear vision for our place and role in the world.
Our new brand, built on the strength of our heritage, clearly states who we are and what we will continue to stand for in the future.
Our new logo
Software & IT services
Robust software applications are essential to extracting the highest value from the genetic data we produce in our lab operations. Within our powerful data management platform, KDDart, we have developed the necessary tools to help researchers, ecologists and more make the most of their genetic data.
Genomic data production
Generating, processing and analysing high quality genomic data is at the heart of DArT’s operation. With clients around the world, we are involved in projects as diverse as single-farm cropping problems to working with large multinational companies to solve problems of biodiversity and conservation.
A significant part of meeting the global objectives of DArT is empowering and enabling our software and expertise to be used wherever it’s most needed around the world. We regularly provide training opportunities either in our facility in Canberra, Australia, or remotely. Discuss your training needs with us today.
Andrzej Kilian founded DArT in 2001 to further develop and capitalise his process for delivering high-throughput genotyping in any organism without the need for prior sequence information. This process enabled quick identification and assessment of the DNA of any plant or animal, providing invaluable data to assist the viability of farms, quality of crop yields, and the value of research.