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ProMinent GmbH, Germany

The ProMinent Group is a manufacturer of components and systems in the field of metering as well as a reliable solution partner for water treatment. Based on innovative products, comprehensive expertise in process technology and distinct application orientation, practical solutions are developed fo more

HAMILTON Bonaduz AG, Switzerland

We manufacture products to handle smallest amounts of liquids. Microliter syringes, pipettes, dilutors, pipetting robots, complete analysers as well as electrodes, HPLC and GC columns belong to our assortment. more

Polytec GmbH, Germany

Polytec develops, manufactures and distributes high quality measurement systems. For many years the business unit "Spectral Technologies" has successfully provided spectroscopic measurement systems for non-destructive and non-contact measurement methods for R & D and industry, both in the laborator more

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"Intelligent Metering" of Liquid Chemicals

Gradual performance increments offer the right technology for every metering application more

Innovative Design of Emerson Vortex Flowmeters

Improve Process Availibility ✓ Reduce Installation Costs ✓ Designed according IEC 61508 to be integrated in SIL2/3 control loops more

Capacitance Manometers

MKS Baratron® capacitance manometers are accurate and repeatable, insensitive to gas composition ✓ MKS Baratron® are highly resistant to corrosion when the materials are matched to the process ✓ MKS Baratron® sensor is heated to 45°, 80°, or 100°C for up to 0.10% of reading accuracy more

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News Sensors

  • Voltage from the parquet

    Researchers at Empa and ETH Zurich have made wood compressible and turned it into a micro-generator. When it is loaded, an electrical voltage is generated. In this way, the wood can serve as a bio-sensor - or generate usable energy. The latest highlight: To ensure that the process does not require a more

  • Innovations through hair-thin optical fibres

    Scientists at the University of Bonn have built hair-thin optical fibre filters in a very simple way. They are not only extremely compact and stable, but also colour-tunable. This means they can be used in quantum technology and as sensors for temperature or for detecting atmospheric gases. The resu more

  • How does your computer smell?

    A keen sense of smell is a powerful ability shared by many organisms. However, it has proven difficult to replicate by artificial means. Researchers combined biological and engineered elements to create what is known as a biohybrid component. Their volatile organic compound sensor can effectively de more

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Videos Sensors

GLP compliant wireless measurement and data handling using Intelligent Digital Sensors

The IDS System comprises IDS probes, a wireless module and an inoLab meter or the new IDS Gate. IDS sensors are well established as reliable, precise and data safe measuring devices. Working with probes tethered to meters at the bench can present significant work flow inefficiencies and can even bec more

Gas Chromatography with the Multidetek 2 - Multiple Channels, Multiple Processes, Multiple Detectors

MultiDetek 2 Compact Gas Chromatograph Designed for both industrial and laboratory use, MultiDetek 2 measures multiple trace impurities, with many configurations possible in the same instrument. Based on the new generation of LDetek’s Plasma Emission Detector, versions are also available featuring F more

Fluid systems for instrument-based analytics/ spectroscopy

Spectroscopy is based on precise and reliable sensor and actuator equipment. Combustion gases and carrier gases or liquids for absorption spectroscopy must be dosed and mixed with precision, requiring precise pressure and liquid control circuits, among other things. To meet this need, Bürkert offers 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

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q&more articles Sensors

  • Key challenges in bioprocessing

    As far back in time as several thousand years ago our ancestors were using biotechnical processes to make beer, wine and bread. These days, biotechnological processes are not merely used to produce food – they enable a wide variety of applications, from wastewater treatment to manufacturing medicines. 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

  • How prepared are we for the digital transformation in the lab?

    Laboratory 4.0, the internet of things (IoT), big data, cloud computing or storage, blockchain, cybercrime, thingbots, predictive maintenance, artificial intelligence et al.: the thicket of buzzwords is getting denser almost by the day. They feature in just about every newspaper article about digitization and where IT is taking us. more

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Authors Sensors

  • Céline Gesset

    graduated from Télécom SudParis in 2004 with a specialty in optics and high frequency sensors. She joined CEA in 2005 to developed new design of sensor. Since 2008, she is a staff member at the Diamond Sensors Laboratory, where her main research topic is based on the study of nanodiamonds for sensor 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. 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

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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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