Again, this year’s BioProcessingDays will be hosted by Prof. Frank Eiden’s group “BioProzessTechnik” at the Westfälische Hochschule in Recklinghausen and aquila biolabs is one of the sponsors once more. This time, there will be a new workshop with the title “Shaked and stirred – new ways of bioprocess monitoring, controlling and planning” in collaboration with […]
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 […]
In April 2018, aquila biolabs has officially launched its LIS Software for the wireless control and monitoring your feeding experiments with LIS. The software is used together with wireless communication accessories (LIS Coordinator) and both together allow you to monitor and control all of your LIS drives wirelessly. Simply connect the LIS Coordinator to your […]
The Cell Growth Quantifier BioR (CGQ BioR) allows for non-invasive online biomass monitoring in all scales and types of bioreactors. Simply attach the CGQ BioR sensor to the outside of your bioreactor and follow the growth of your culture in real-time. Learn more about the CGQ BioR here or contact us if you are interested […]
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: […]
We have created two videos about both, our CGQ and LIS technology. The videos provide you with a brief summary of our technologies, their key components and set-up. You can find both videos on our main page or the individual videos on the CGQ and LIS sub-pages.
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. […]
From the 19th to 21st of February 2018, the Ruhr-University will be hosting this year’s DGHM conference in Bochum. Again, aquila biolabs is one of the sponsors and we will show you the advantages of online biomass monitoring and feeding in shake flasks & bioreactors. The registration and additional information can be found here.
From the 19th to 21st of February 2018, Prof. Frank Eiden and his group “BioProzessTechnik” will be hosting this year’s BioProcessingDays at the Westfälische Hochschule in Recklinghausen. Again, aquila biolabs is one of the sponsors and we will also be offering a new workshop with the title “Online Biomass Monitoring and Automated Feeding in Shake Flasks […]
Through the release of CGQuant 7.4 several important features regarding improved software reliability have been introduced, including the migration to .NET 4.7, improvements in the USB communication as well as a CGQ Monitor application, which supervises proper CGQuant operation. Minor new features and bug-fixes as well as an updated CGQ user guide complete the release […]