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Industry insiders elect VisiSens as one of the top innovations 2012

September 3, 2012

The VisiSens A1 oxygen imaging system by PreSens Precision Sensing GmbH took second place in the field of Laboratory Equipment & Technology of the G.I.T. InnovationsAward 2012. Industry insiders reading the G.I.T. Laboratory Journal and visiting Analytica 2012 in Munich and Achema 2012 in Frankfurt voted for their favourite innovations which were preselected by a jury of scientists.

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Plants Under Stress - Preparing Cereal Crops for Climate Change

August 31, 2012

PreSens is now involved in the EU FP7 funded project EURoot, which aims to enhance resource uptake from roots of cereal crops. 20 institutions mainly from all across Europe, but also researchers from Japan, Australia, and the US will cooperate to get new insights that might help cultivating crop plants that can maintain growth and performance under stress conditions. PreSens will contribute with…

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Scientists Talking the Same Language

May 16, 2012

Cross-scientific projects and research assignments are more and more common. And it is not always a fairy tale that each scientist speaks her or his own language. Already the usage of completely different measuring units can make an exchange of information difficult and prone to errors. An easy-to-use conversion table for oxygen units now offered online by PreSens might be another step for…

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Sensor Engineering Saves Both Time and Money

February 29, 2012

High-throughput methods based on customized sensor engineering by PreSens allow efficient process development by miniaturization and parallelization in Biotechnology as well as the chemical and pharmaceutical industry.

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Conquer Ultra Barrier Properties

January 31, 2012

Measuring the oxygen permeation rate with the very low detection limit of 0.5 ppm (gas phase) offers new opportunities: minimizing the amount of oxygen that penetrates certain synthetic materials helps to improve the shelf life of products or films with ultra barrier properties for certain technical applications, e. g. LED displays, photovoltaic modules or organic solar cells.

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Parallel Bioprocess Development Tool on Cell Culture Tubes

November 23, 2011

Scientists and technicians working in the pharmaceutical industry will benefit from parallel monitoring of pH in up to 96 cell culture tubes. PreSens Precision Sensing presented the first prototype of the iTube96Reader at the BioProcess International Conference in Long Beach, CA, this November and attracted great interest.



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