Articles & Whitepapers
Microsensors are a unique research tool for investigating systems on a truly tiny scale, offering profound advantages with fast response times, high spatial resolution, and low detection limits. Unisense microsensors are applied in a variety of research fields, from brain research and physiology to microbiology, ecophysiology, and deep-sea research. Although made of glass, microelectrodes are ...
For over 200 years, slow sand filtration (SSF) has been an effective means of treating water for the control of microbiological contaminants in both small and large community water supplies. However, ...
Equipment & Solutions
The DUALEX SCIENTIFIC™ sensor measures the content of chlorophyll and the nitrogen status as well as the flavonols and the anthocyanins* of the leaf. This leafclip performs instant and non-destructive mesurements. Its internal GPS is used for the geolocalization of the blocks.