Meet us at ASLO and VAAM Conferences
Next week, February 27th to March 3rd, we are exhibiting at the ASLO Meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii, and the following week from March 5th to 8th at VAAM in Würzburg, Germany.
If you attend one of these meetings, please come and visit our specialists at the booths to discuss your microsensor applications. We will bring our newest gear and at ASLO we have a world launch of our new Field DataLogger Mini.
NEW – Field DataLogger Mini
Measure Ultra-Low (<10nM) oxygen concentrations in situ and down to 6000m water depth, or apply any of our other unique sensors for you underwater research!
The new Field DataLogger Mini is a small, simple and smart datalogger with built-in amplifiers. It offers you long battery life or can be powered via 6-28V from external devices. You can store your data directly on the logger or use the 0-5V analog output to provide live sensor data to CTD’s, ADV’s or other loggers.
Please visit Field DataLogger Mini.pdf to read more and contact firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing and more information.
New and Exciting Microsensor Papers
Measuring the deoxygenation effect of magnesium silicide nanoparticles in tumors:
Zhang et al. (2017), Magnesium silicide nanoparticles as a deoxygenation agent for cancer starvation therapy. Nature Nanotechnology.
Oxygen concentration measurements in an in vitro co-culture system and sensor tip detection:
Haraguchi et al. (2017), Thicker three-dimensional tissue from a “symbiotic recycling system” combining mammalian cells and algae. Scientific Reports 7:41594.
Detection of light driven H2 production from water in a dye-sensitive photoelectrochemical cell:
Sherman et al. (2016), A Dye-Sensitized Photoelectrochemical Tandem Cell for Light Driven Hydrogen Production from Water. J. Am. Chem. Soc, 138, 16745-16753.
Analyzing H2 production rates by microalgae in permeable sediments using the Unisense H2 microsensor in a flow cell:
Bourke et al. (2017), Metabolism in anoxic permeable sediments is dominated by eukaryotic dark fermentation. Nature Geoscience, Vol 10.
We are always curious, so if you have a new and exciting microsensor paper, please share it with us!