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BioFluidix GmbH, Germany

BioFluidix GmbH is a micro technology company focused on low volume liquid handling. Our academic background combined with a long-standing expertise in working with liquid droplets, jets and sprays in the picoliter to nanoliter range inspired our unique product portfolio which comprises hardware and more

Anton Paar GmbH, Austria

Anton Paar develops, produces and distributes highly accurate laboratory instruments and process measuring systems, and provides custom-tailored automation and robotic solutions. It is the world leader in the measurement of density, concentration and CO₂ and in the field of rheometry. Anton Paar’s more

KREIENBAUM Wissenschaftliche Meßsysteme e.K., Germany

KREIENBAUM Wissenschaftliche Meßsysteme KWM is the exclusive distributor of well-known manufactures of high quality and innovative products in the biotechnological and clinical sector. Our extensive consultacy has one goal: to source equipment that's ideal for our clients' needs. This service also c more

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On-line measurement of cell density leads to better quality and yield

The Hamilton Incyte permittivity sensor delivers information on viable cell density whereas the Dencytee sensor measures the total cell density by optical density. more

Trace and Pure Water Dissolved Oxygen Sensors

METTLER TOLEDO's highly sensitive dissolved oxygen (DO) sensors are specifically designed for demanding low DO concentration applications more

Fouling Resistant: With these Probes You Measure Safely, Reliably and Cost-Efficiently

Hycontrol's unique IMA Sensing® technology ensures reliable operation, even when the connected probes are heavily soiled more

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News Sensors

  • Better biosensor technology created for stem cells

    A Rutgers-led team has created better biosensor technology that may help lead to safe stem cell therapies for treating Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases and other neurological disorders. The technology, which features a unique graphene and gold-based platform and high-tech imaging, monitors the f more

  • Wood on our Skin

    Physiological parameters in our blood can be determined without painful punctures. Empa researchers are currently working with a Canadian team to develop flexible, biocompatible nanocellulose sensors that can be attached to the skin. The 3D-printed analytic chips made of renewable raw materials will more

  • ZEISS and Senorics Establish Partnership

    ZEISS’ investment in Senorics marks the start of a technology collaboration with the sensorics startup based in Dresden, Germany. The partnership aims to further the joint development of small and cost-effective sensors for industrial use in quality assurance and in process monitoring, e.g. on produ more

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Videos Sensors

Fouling Resistant: With these Probes You Measure Safely, Reliably and Cost-Efficiently

The SureSense + foam probe system prevents problems caused by unwanted foaming. Even in demanding environments (such as FDA, USP Class VI), the SureSense + system can ensure trouble-free operation thanks to fouling resistance through the patented IMA Sensing® technology. Up to 3 probes can be connec more

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Publications Sensors

  • Ultrafast neuronal imaging of dopamine dynamics with designed genetically encoded sensors

    Neuromodulatory systems exert profound influences on brain function. Understanding how these systems modify the operating mode of target circuits requires spatiotemporally precise measurement of neuromodulator release. We developed dLight1, an intensity-based genetically encoded dopamine indicator, more

  • Data fusion of body-worn accelerometers and heart rate to predict VO2max during submaximal running

    by Arne De Brabandere, Tim Op De Beéck, Kurt H. Schütte, Wannes Meert, Benedicte Vanwanseele, Jesse Davis Maximal oxygen uptake (VO2max) is often used to assess an individual’s cardiorespiratory fitness. However, measuring this variable requires an athlete to perform a maximal exercise test which more

  • News at a glance

    SCI COMMUNIn science news around the world, the European Commission proposes spending €13 billion on military R&D from 2021 to 2027, of which €4.1 billion would be for research—a 20-fold increase over an existing pilot fund. The British Business Bank, a public company owned by the U.K. government, u more

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Body sensor network

Body sensor network The term BSN is first coined by Prof Guang-Zhong Yang of Imperial College London in order to bring together scientists from different disciplines such as computing, electronics, bioengineering and medicine. Traditionally ... more

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