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More and more of the aquatic microworld to be monitored with the CytoSense

14.12.2017 by Lucyna Wlodarczyk

In this work the researchers from the Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography (MIO) demonstrate that the CytoSense can detect not only auto-fluorescing phytoplankton, but also microorganisms that do not fluoresce naturally, such...more


Our newest CytoSense demonstrated in Chile

16.11.2017 by Lucyna Wlodarczyk

The participants of the recent seminar on Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs), organized in Chile by the Fisheries Development Institute (IFOP), had an opportunity to analyse their samples with our state-of-the-art CytoSense. George...more


Are you using microscopy to monitor phytoplankton or filamentous fungi?

07.11.2017 by Lucyna Wlodarczyk

We are often asked if flow cytometry gives results comparable to traditionally used microscopic analysis. Recently published research validate that results from the CytoBuoy flow cytometers are in good correlation with...more


CytoBuoy at the MetroSea Workshop | 11-13 October, Naples

10.10.2017 by Lucyna Wlodarczyk

The MetroSea Workshop will bring together world specialists in metrology and instrumentation applied to understand, protect and preserve marine environment.  Researchers using our CytoBuoy technology to study marine...more


CytoSense experience during the JERICO-Next summer school 2017

16.08.2017 by Lucyna Wlodarczyk

Phytoplankton analysis with the scanning and imaging flow cytometer CytoSense was recently demonstrated to twenty-one early career scientists during the JERICO-Next summer school 2017. The event took place at the Sand Motor, an...more