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  • Article - 17 Jul 2019
    Biological sensors are analytical devices that detect chemical or biological reactions using biological components.
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    SUEZ brings together experienced professionals and advanced technologies to solve the world's most complex challenges related to water scarcity, quality, productivity, the environment, and...
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    Qubit Systems Inc specializes in the design of instrumentation for research and teaching in the biological sciences, with a scope ranging from plant physiology to human respirometry. Our aim is to...
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    The INSTI Kit is manufactured in a state-of-the-art facility with a fully implemented Quality Control System to ensure the integrity and quality of every test. The staff consists of trained...
  • News - 15 May 2018
    Imagine testing for marijuana, opioids, and cocaine as rapidly as a breathalyzer tests alcohol. An innovative, less expensive chemical sensing chip enables getting a step closer to this technology,...
  • News - 24 Mar 2010
    A top-ranking biotechnology-enabled products and services provider for various food safety, life science, diagnostic, and biotech applications SDIX has recently announced DeltaTox II, its new...
  • News - 24 Mar 2010
    Building Protection Systems, Inc., a pioneer in developing of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear (CBRN) detection system, has achieved a milestone of more than 100,000 operating hours for its...
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    XanTec bioanalytics GmbH is an experienced team of biosensor, bio-chip and surface specialists. Our expertise in surface chemistry, biology, organic synthesis and physics enables us to provide...
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    ChemImage has developed a complete suite of hyperspectral and molecular chemical imaging products, chemical imaging software, contract pharmaceutical services, consulting services and in-depth...
  • Article - 14 Apr 2022
    Recent research has demonstrated that it is possible to image biological samples in a liquid medium using stiff qPlus sensors