News - 30 Apr 2010
Malvern Instruments has added more applications for its multi-detector platform Viscotek Triple Detector Array (TDA), which is meant for gel permeation/size exclusion chromatography (GPC/SEC), by...
News - 5 Oct 2010
Silicon Kinetics Inc., a leading life sciences instrumentation company which released the world's initial 3D label-free biosensor surface for analysing biomolecular reactions, proclaimed the general...
News - 11 May 2010
A privately held life sciences vendor NanoStrings that markets a total solution for identifying and counting large target molecules sets in biological samples, has been awarded the ISO 13485:2003...
News - 10 May 2010
The coffee rings phenomenon could increase the sensitivity of biosensors. This phenomenon can be noticed when coffee is spilled on a table and observing the spot where the spilled coffee has...
News - 23 Dec 2016
Microfluidic platforms have revolutionized medical diagnostics in recent years. Instead of sending blood or urine samples off to a laboratory for analysis, doctors can test a single drop of a...
News - 20 Aug 2018
Biomolecules have to be monitored in a fast, simple, and sensitive way in clinical diagnostics. Most often, clinicians track antibodies because these tiny proteins adhere to antigens or foreign...
News - 24 Apr 2017
DGIST research team led by Professor CheolGi Kim has developed a biosensor platform which has 20 times faster detection capability than the existing biosensors using magnetic patterns resembling a...
News - 18 Apr 2012
Researchers at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) have developed a quantum mechanical-based advanced biosensor for detection of biomolecules and trace substances for point-of-care...
Article - 7 Aug 2012
This article takes the reader through a basic structural and functional principle to cantilever sensor technology for DNA detection.
News - 12 Mar 2018
“A new frontier in single-molecule detection: polypeptides in nanopore sensors", a lecture by David P. Hoogerheide of the National Institute of Standards and Technology was a part of a...