The exhibition entitled “turning crops into mines” explains the application of C-CIT Sensors’ technology in the continuous monitoring of alterations in heavy metal concentrations in soil. Shown is a case where Ni, Cd, Cu, and Zn are being absorbed by plant roots yielding in what can be looked at and exploited as phyto-mines (https://vimeo.com/125036758).
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„Manual feeding and sampling outside an incubator can cause inconsistencies because cultures are subject to many factors that are IMPOSSIBLE to reproduce every time“
Christian Klinger, Sylvia Baumann and Robert Puskeiler, Roche Diagnostics GmbH Germany
In April 2012 C-CIT AG was able to renew the ISO 9001:2008 quality management certificate for:
Development, production and sales of chemical sensors, biosensors and related analytical devices
C-CIT was able to generate a EUROSTAR Project together with the Danish company CerCell and the University of Applied Science Wädenswil (ZHAW).
C-CIT AG was able to generate a financed project together with the Commission for Technology and Innovation, CTI
The CITSens Ion Ammonium probe from C-CIT AG can be used for continuous in-line monitoring of ammonium in cell cultures.
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Expanded measurement range with „CITSens Bio“ glucose sensor.
C-CIT AG has successfully expanded the „CITSens Bio“ glucose sensor’s measurement range up to 10 g/l (60 mM/l). This has the advantage that high feeded media with cell cultures can be observed online.