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Let Your Sensor off the Leash - Wireless Sensors for pH, Conductivity, D.O. And Turbidity Measurement

Whenever measuring in confined spaces or keeping the instrument away is a must: Start and save your measuring directly at the sensor! more

OxiTop-IDS: Respiration and Digestion Tests Made Easy

The new OxiTop®-IDS measuring heads can be used to perform a multitude of respirometric degradation tests. Besides simple BOD measurements, these include degradation tests according to OECD, soil respiration tests and anaerobic processes, e.g. in biogas production, with a duration of up to 180 days. more

Single Device for Multi-Analyte Measurements in a Single Sample

The new FireSting pro is an unprecedented one device-solution, freely configurable for all optical oxygen, pH, and temperature sensors from PyroScience more

Catalogs Sensors

Safe Extraction and Disposal of hazardous Fluids - in Laboratories and Production Facilities

Protect your Health and Environment - with Safety Solutions by S.C.A.T. Europe more

News Sensors

  • Neural Hardware for Image Recognition in Nanoseconds

    Automatic image recognition is widely used today: There are computer programs that can reliably diagnose skin cancer, navigate self-driving cars, or control robots. Up to now, all this has been based on the evaluation of image data as delivered by normal cameras - and that is time-consuming. Especia more

  • Researchers create nanoscale sensors to better see how high pressure affects materials

    Researchers have developed new nanoscale technology to image and measure more of the stresses and strains on materials under high pressures. As the researchers reported in the journal Science, that matters because, "Pressure alters the physical, chemical and electronic properties of matter." Underst more

  • Chip-based optical sensor detects cancer biomarker in urine

    For the first time, researchers have used a chip-based sensor with an integrated laser to detect very low levels of a cancer protein biomarker in a urine sample. The new technology is more sensitive than other designs and could lead to non-invasive and inexpensive ways to detect molecules that indic more

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Plant-to-human communication

MIT engineers have transformed spinach plants into sensors that can detect explosives and wirelessly relay that information to a handheld device similar to a smartphone. Video: Melanie Gonick/MITInfrared/fluorescent images: Min Hao Wong more

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