Pump Flow Control with Manual Sample Introduction It is recommended that samples are introduced to the QCM-I flow-cells using a pump to control the flow. In the simplest setup, shown in figure 1, a peristaltic pump* is used to suck buffer directly from a beaker or other container. Sample is introduced to the flow-cell by […]
The 30th Anniversary World Congress on Biosensors is postponed to 9-12 November 2020 due to the global health crisis caused. You can follow the conference organizer’s, Elsevier’s coronavirus update about it here
The standard temperature range of our QCM-D system is from -40 °C up to 80 °C with better than +- 0.02 °C stability. We can control the temperature of the two QCM sensors independently from the other with the help of a computer controlled high precision Peltier driver. The temperature of the sensors are measured with a high stability Pt100 RTD and the cold side […]
Update: The free NBS-QCManalysis software is now available for download. QCManalysis is a modeling software for QCM data. It will be available soon for the QCM-I and QCM-I Mini systems, including the electrochemical eQCM versions.
MicroVacuum’s high performance QCM-I device is a Quartz Crystal Microbalance System with impedance analyses and dissipation monitoring (QCM -D), the Glove-Box QCM-I takes the high performance QCM-I instrument into a format suitable for mounting in a Glove-box or controlled atmosphere chamber and also includes the option of a wider temperature range e.g. between -30 °C and 80 °C.
We are proudly sponsoring the the conference, titled “Biological Surfaces and Interfaces: the Mechanistic View” in Sant Feliu de Guixols, Spain, on 30 June –through 5 July 2019. We are also going to exhibit our QCM-I Mini (QCM D) device. If you visit the conference, please make sure to stop by and see our demonstration […]
Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Impedance Analysis (QCM-I) and Dissipation Monitoring (QCM-D) The Quartz Crystal Microbalance is a well-established and sensitive technique used to measure the interactions of molecules, polymers and biological assemblies with a sensor surface, in air or liquid, label-free and in real time. It is based on the change in resonant frequency of […]
The plenary speakers have been announced for Biosensors 2020, the 30th Anniversary World Congress on Biosensors which will be held in Busan, South Korea, between May 26-29, 2020.
The 30th Anniversary World Congress on Biosensors will be held between May 26-29, 2020 in Busan, South Korea. The Biosensor 2020 conference will celebrate its 30th anniversary with an amazing line-up of plenary and invited speakers, including Nancy Allbritton, University of North Carolina and North Carolina State University Hatice Altug, EPFL, Switzerland Laura Lechuga, Catalan […]
The Biodetection, Biosensors and Wearables 2019 conference will be held in San Diego, CA from April 1, 2019 through April 2, 2019. Topics of this global even include biosensors, nano materials and systems, next generation sequencing for pathogen detection, rapid biodetection, single molecule analysis, among many other subjects. Th keynote speakers are: Arben Merkoçi – […]