Analytical Instruments News

  1. Endress+Hauser Introduces Heartbeat Technology For Analytical Transmitters
    1/30/2018

    Endress+Hauser offers Heartbeat Technology with its Liquiline CM44 and CM44R transmitters for use with Memosens pH and conductivity sensors. Heartbeat Diagnostics’ continuous analysis of transmitter/sensor system health status during operation enables recognition of related events when they occur.

  2. CTG Showcases Latest Sensor Technology To Rapidly Detect Microbiological Contaminants At ‘Water & Health Workshop’
    1/23/2018

    Chelsea Technologies Group Ltd (CTG) will be exhibiting at the jointly held SWIG (Sensing for Water Interest Group) & Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) "Water & Health Workshop" on 31st January at the University of West of England.

  3. Converting Waste Water From Dairies To Animal Feed And Aviation Fuel
    12/13/2017

    Scientists have developed a bioprocess that enables conversion of acid whey, a dairy by-product, without the use of additional chemicals. Professor Lars Angenent from the Center of Applied Geosciences at the University of Tübingen and international colleagues used microbiome cultures similar to those in the human gut.

  4. UQ Dipstick Technology Could Revolutionise Disease Diagnosis
    11/22/2017

    New dipstick technology that enables pathogen detection and the rapid diagnosis of human, animal and plant disease in even the most remote locations has been developed by University of Queensland scientists.

  5. Endress+Hauser Announces TrustSens Self-Calibrating RTD Temperature Sensor
    11/16/2017

    Endress+Hauser announces the iTHERM TrustSens hygienic RTD, the world’s first self-calibrating temperature sensor. TrustSens’ self-calibration process functions in situ and provides the necessary documentation to meet the conformance requirements for various regulatory agencies.

  6. Smurfit Kappa Leads The Way In Sustainability With New Water Milestone
    11/7/2017

    The company had set an ambitious goal to improve the quality of its water quality by reducing the COD by 1/3 per tonne of produced paper by the end of 2020 compared to 2005. This significant improvement in water quality is an important step for protecting aquatic life and comes after extensive research and development.

  7. ST51 Syngas Flow Meter Excels In Combined Heat & Power (CHP) Systems
    10/31/2017

    Process engineers responsible for on-site plant biomass combined heat and power (CHP) systems will find the rugged and reliable ST51 Series Thermal Mass Flow Meter from Fluid Components International (FCI) provides continuously accurate measurement of syngas fuel flow to the CHP engine.

  8. Nanoantenna Arrays Power A New Generation Of Fluorescence-Based Sensors
    10/16/2017

    Researchers from the Universities of Bristol and Bedfordshire, in collaboration with multinational company ABB, have designed and tested a series of plasmonic nanoantenna arrays that could lead to the development of a new generation of ultrasensitive and low-cost fluorescence sensors that could be used to monitor water quality.

  9. Water Environment & Reuse Foundation Awards Research Contract To Measure Pathogen Infectivity
    10/16/2017

    The Water Environment & Reuse Foundation (WE&RF) recently awarded a contract to the University of Michigan to begin research on Molecular Methods for Measuring Pathogen Viability/Infectivity (Reuse-15-07).

  10. University Scientists Partnering With University Of Antwerp Develop New Technology And Weapon In The Fight Against Antibiotic Resistance
    10/5/2017

    Sensors have many applications, including the detection of antibiotics in waste water. A joint team of scientists from Seton Hall University in the United States and University of Antwerp in Belgium has developed a high-tech sensor that is robust and highly sensitive, yet easy to use in the field. By Laurie Pine