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SCAT Europe GmbH, Germany

Daily laboratory work with hazardous substances should be safe and trouble-free. With more than 20 years of experience, SCAT Europe offers the most sustainable safety systems for safe supply and disposal of liquid chemicals in laboratories worldwide. more

Siemens AG - Process Automation, Germany

Process automation from A to Z - Siemens is your one-stop partner. Intelligent Process Automation is crucial for the competitiveness in the process industry. With "from integrated engineering to integrated operations" we show the value of digitalization for your plant and how you can benefit from o more

cmc Instruments GmbH, Germany


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Products Sensors

Real-Time, Continuous TOC Measurement

The Thornton 5000TOCi sensor with M800 multi-parameter transmitter provides a user-friendly and economical analytical package more

The Allrounder in Gas Detection: Compur Statox 502 Control- and Common Alarm Module SIL 2 Standard

No matter if you want to detect toxic or combustible gases: The Statox 502 control module can supply any type of sensor head and process its signal more

Safe Use of Hydrogen as Carrier Gas for GC

Hydrogen is the ideal carrier gas for gas chromatography. It is as efficient as helium, but only half as viscous more

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Catalogs Sensors

Products for Chemical Fluid Handling, Water Treatment and Water Disinfection

Find out more about innovations, commercial components and complete systems. It is divided into four product segments for fast and easy navigation more

Fast and Accurate Dosing of Small Quantities of Fluids Can Significantly Improve Chemical Processes

Bronkhorst mini CORI-FLOW Coriolis Mass Flow Instruments are suited for a wide variety of (dosing) applications in laboratory and industry more

News Sensors

  • Artificial and biological cells work together as mini chemical factories

    Researchers have fused living and non-living cells for the first time in a way that allows them to work together, paving the way for new applications. The system, created by a team from Imperial College London, encapsulates biological cells within an artificial cell. Using this, researchers can harn more

  • Dog's nose inspires new gas sensor materials

    It is well known that dogs have a better sense of smell than humans. For years, researchers have been trying to develop an artificial detector that is just as good as a canine's nose. Now, one group reports in ACS Nano that they were able to mimic a dog's sniffer with graphene-based nanoscrolls. The more

  • Going with the DNA flow: Molecule of life finds new uses in microelectronics

    For sheer versatility, there's no molecule quite like DNA. The iconic double-helix carries the genetic blueprint for living forms ranging from single-celled organisms to human beings. Recently, researchers have found that DNA's remarkable properties of self-assembly and its ability to conduct electr more

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Videos Sensors

Stretchable electronics that quadruple in length

EPFL researchers have developed conductive tracks that can be bent and stretched up to four times their original length. They could be used in artificial skin, connected clothing and on-body sensors. more

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

Robots get more ‘sensitive’ with hairy skin

Robots just keep getting smarter and more human-like every day. And now, scientists are working to add yet another feature to robots to mimic us even more closely: hair. more

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Infographics Sensors

The Chemistry of Vehicle Emissions Reduction & The Volkswagen Scandal

Volkswagen have been in the news for all the wrong reasons. The company admitted to installing a ‘defeat device’ in millions of cars which made it appear in emissions tests that they emitted far lower levels of particular pollutants than they actually did in normal road conditions. Plenty of article more

Events Sensors

26-06 – 28-06
Nuremberg, DE

Sensor+Test 2018

SENSOR+TEST is the leading forum for sensors, measuring and testing technologies worldwide. The 2017 trade fair with its 569 exhibitors from 29 nations imposingly presented the entire spectrum of measuring and testing system expertise from sensors to computers. The conferences in parallel to the

26-06 – 28-06
San Jose, US


Sensors Expo & Conference is the largest gathering of engineers and engineering professionals involved in sensors and sensing-related technologies. For over 30 years, more than 6,400 professionals gather from across the nation and 40+ countries to explore today's sensor technologies and find the sol

15-07 – 20-07
Andover, US

In Vivo Magnetic Resonance

Magnetic resonance is a phenomenon that, despite the underlying simplicity of its fundamental physical mechanisms, has proven to be a remarkably rich source of information about the structure and function of materials. The Gordon Research Conference on In Vivo Magnetic Resonance represents a unique

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Market studies Sensors

  • Ehlebracht AG (EHL3) - Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis Review

    Ehlebracht AG (Ehlebracht) along with its subsidiaries is engaged in the plastics engineering and furniture function technology. It business activities are divided into two segments namely, Plastics Technology and Furniture Components. The company through its Plastics Technology segment produces and more

  • Ehlebracht AG (EHL) - Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis Review

    Ehlebracht AG (Ehlebracht) along with its subsidiaries is engaged in the plastics engineering and furniture function technology. It business activities are divided into two segments namely, Plastics Technology and Furniture Components. The company through its Plastics Technology segment produces and more

  • The Oilfield Chemicals Market 2010-2020

    The Oilfield Chemicals Market 2010-2020 is our latest energy report which examines the flourishing market for oilfield chemicals which allow increasingly difficult oil reserves to be extracted more efficiently and economically. The report explores trends in the market for oilfield chemicals and anti more

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  • Thinking in Models

    Whether at home or in the office, our modern lives would be unthinkable without IT and electrical engineering. For industrial manufacturing, the rapid advances made in information and data processing technologies are the drivers of innovation, enabling intelligently controlled, automated processes – that have also long since made their way into laboratories. more

  • Fit and healthy to 120

    I turned 63 recently. My secret to staying optimistic as you age towards your inevitable death? “The idea is to die young, but as late as humanly possible…” A noble aim, indeed… more

  • Dynamic nanolevers

    Biosensor-based interaction analyses are enjoying increasing popularity in both quality control and in research and development. Conventional biosensors, such as surface plasmon resonance systems, are based on alterations in the macroscopic properties of the measurement surface. However, switchable DNA layers, featuring switchSENSE® technology, facilitate the active movement of the tethered molecules. This kind of “active” biosensor not only offers information about measurement parameters such as binding affinity and kinetics, but also about biophysical parameters such as melting point, protein size, protein activity, etc. Erythropoietin (EPO) and anti-EPO antibodies are used here as examples to illustrate the potential of this technology both in buffer systems and in serum. more

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Authors Sensors

  • Dr. Jacques de Sanoit

    has been a research scientist at CEA and holds 35 years of experience. After 10 years of research and development in the field of nuclear fuel reprocessing and the radiochemical separation of the minor actinides, he spent 15 years at the Henri Becquerel National Laboratory (CEA-LIST) where he was in more

  • Dr. Wolfgang Kaiser

    Wolfgang Kaiser studied physics at Technical University of Munich (TUM). On graduating, he then received a doctoral scholarship from IGSSE, TUM’s International Graduate School of Science and Engineering. His doctoral work at TUM’s Walter Schottky Institute focused on switch­able DNA layers and their more

  • Dr. Ralf Strasser

    Ralf Strasser studied chemistry at Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich. He received his doctorate in 2009 on the subject of damage recognition in DNA repair in the lab of Prof. Dr. Thomas Carell. Then, he moved to Technical University of Munich (TUM), where he worked on the synthesis of DNA prot more

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Biochemical sensor

Biochemical sensor A biochemical sensor is a chemical sensor used in medical diagnosis and patient monitoring. Such a sensor can be electrochemical or optical . See also * Protein sensor * Acousto-electric biochemical sensor array * Nati ... more


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