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Ocean Optics B. V., Germany

Ocean Insight reflects our evolution from one of many suppliers of spectroscopy products to a singular provider of Applied Spectral Knowledge. Our purpose is to help customers define pressing challenges and deliver answers that promote a safer, cleaner, healthier future. Ocean Optics invented the m more

Drägerwerk AG & Co. KGaA, Germany

Technology for Life Dräger is an international leader in the fields of medical and safety technology. The family-owned company was founded in Lübeck, Germany, in 1889. Over the past five generations, Dräger has evolved into a publicly traded, worldwide group. The company’s long-term success is base more

Compur Monitors GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

Manufacturer of high - end gas detection equipment, fixed and portable. Detection of toxic and combustible gases in the LEL and ppm range. Electrochemical, catalytic, infrared and PID sensors. Distribution of Gas detector tubes and PID. more

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  • Blow flies can be used to detect use of chemical weapons, other pollutants

    Researchers at the School of Science at IUPUI have found that blow flies can be used as chemical sensors, with a particular focus on the detection of chemical warfare agents. Despite widespread bans, chemical weapons have been deployed in recent conflicts such as the Syrian civil war, and some exper more

  • 2D material in three dimensions

    How do you integrate as much as possible of the 2D material graphene into a limited space? By producing it not on a flat surface, but on a 3D nanostructure. The carbon material graphene has no well-defined thickness, it merely consists of one single layer of atoms. It is therefore often referred to more

  • Terahertz radiation source: Compact and simple

    Terahertz radiation has a wavelength of typically a little less than one millimetre - a technically difficult range. Electromagnetic waves with longer wavelengths can be generated with ordinary electronic components (such as transistors) and antennas. Smaller wavelengths can be obtained with ordinar more

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