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Meet us at the European Chemistry Partnering in Frankfurt, Germany (26. February 2019)

The European Chemistry Partnering brings together decision-makers in the chemical industry and provides a platform for networking and collaboration. In its 3rd installment, companies and academics will meet in the Kap Europa Congress Center in Frankfurt-on-Main, Germany, on 26th February. Detailed information about the event can be found here. We are looking forward to seeing […]

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aquila biolabs releases CGQuant 8

We are happy to announce the release of our newest CGQuant 8 Software. Users will benefit from several new features and functionalities: External light compensation enabling CGQ measurements without covers (e.g. for phototrophic cultures) Automated growth event detection with email notifications (e.g. get an email when your organism reaches stationary phase) Support for monitoring several […]

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Visit our booth at the IBioIC Annual Conference (30./31. January 2019)

IBioIC’s Annual Conference is the leading general Industrial Biotechnology conference in the UK and celebrates the success of the biotechnology industry in Scotland. This year’s Annual Conference, “Industrial Biotechnology for a Sustainable Future”, will take place on Wednesday 30th and Thursday 31st January 2019 in the Technology Innovation Centre, Glasgow. Detailed information about the event […]

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Meet us at several conferences in Germany and UK

Over the next couple of weeks you have the chance to get to know us and our products personally on several occassions. We will display our technologies on the following events:   10th to 13th of April 2018: The Microbiology Society Annual Conference 2018, Birmingham, UK; Booth 25   10th to 13th of April 2018: […]

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New CGQ data published by Prof. Dr. Eckhard Boles

The Cell Growth Quantifier (CGQ) has recently been used by the workgroup of Prof. Dr. Eckhard Boles (University of Frankfurt) to monitor growth of S. cerevisiae. In this publication the yeast was genetically engineered to produce high yields of mandelic acid and 4-hydroxymandel acid which are commonly used e.g. in the cosmetic or food industry.   […]