Detecting 100 nanometer beads with the CytoSense

09.07.2015 by George Dubelaar

Following our news item of November 2014 on the sensitivity of the CytoBuoy flow cytometers, we report the successful detection of 100 nm non-fluorescing polystyrene beads with the CytoSense.  They were well resolved from...more


26.05.2015 by Dominic Stuart

As announced in the previous news item, we are currently in the process of building 2 new buoys. The monitoring platforms will each house a CytoSense instrument in a waterproof hull. In the buoy is also room for extra sensors,...more

The new CytoBuoy data buoy - a comprehensive monitoring station.

20.04.2015 by George Dubelaar

The future monitoring station combines relevant physical, meteorological, and biological sensors with high frequency and high definition particle analysis systems, depth profiling options, data integration, in a cost effective...more

A CytoSense in a Ferrybox adds information and saves sensors

26.01.2015 by Thomas Rutten and George Dubelaar

A CytoSense brings the power of individual particle analysis to the ferrybox or buoy monitoring concept, reveiling the composition of microbial groups and species, expressed in abundance as well as in optical properties.  An...more

EasyClus uses Google maps to visualize transect data

26.01.2015 by Thomas Rutten

A new feature in the EasyClus toolbox is the presentation of cruise or ferrybox transect data in Google maps. Various data is time and space synchronized. The data can be projected in Google maps in different colors and symbols....more