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  • News - 15 May 2012
    Imec and Holst Centre have demonstrated a single-chip electrochemical sensor for ethylene monitoring with a detection limit of 200-300ppb (parts per billion). Imec and Holst Centre’s solution enables...
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    VIGO Photonics is a world-leading manufacturer of uncooled infrared photon detectors. In the 1980s, a team led by Professor Józef Piotrowski, Ph.D., developed at the Military University of...
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    Established in 1914, MSA Safety is the global leader in the development, manufacture and supply of safety products that protect people and facility infrastructures. Many MSA products integrate a...
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    Every customer scenario demands a different, customized approach, and Teledyne Gas & Flame Detection applies expertise in building the right plan for the right hazards every time. Our complete...
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    Amphenol Advanced Sensors, with its portfolio of industry-leading brands - Thermometrics, NovaSensor, Telaire, Protimeter and Kaye - is an innovator in advanced sensing technologies and innovative...
  • News - 26 Oct 2010
    Critical Environment Technologies Canada (CETCI) has achieved the authorization from BACnet Testing Laboratories (BTL) for its PET BACnet gas sensing transmitter. The BTL was setup by BACnet...
  • News - 2 Feb 2018
    A gene created by researchers at Rice University offers scientists valuable data related to microbes through discharge of gas from the soil. The most recent version is a powerful two-stage microbial...
  • News - 17 Jan 2013
    Honeywell announced today it has introduced its Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), 6-D Motion Variant, 6DF Series, designed to provide motion, position, and navigational sensing from a durable single...
  • News - 30 Jun 2020
    A small sensor designed by the National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) and the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) can constantly track the plant hormone,...
  • News - 17 Dec 2019
    Researchers from KAUST have created an electronic biosensor that is powered by the glucose present in bodily fluids. The device couples an electron-transporting polymer with an enzyme that derives...