imOmics in Action

Revolutionary research on ionic and molecular fluxes and its real-world applications

Automatic Sensor Making Station (aSMS)

ASMSThumbnail

This video introduces aSMS, a technology that is able to manipulate a volume of liquid that is so small it's only visible through a microscope. This impressive technology can manipulate a volume as small as 0.000000015mL so you do not waste any valuable liquid. This video shows an example of how the aSMS (automatic Sensor Making Station) is applied to create ionic sensors for the NMT system. It explains how the aSMS is able to create a very small amount of liquid specific to your needs for testing. It is seen through the example, that the use of the aSMS to manipulate such a tiny amount of liquid is effortless. Not only is this technology extremely easy to use, but more importantly it also results in more reliable and consistent data than other technologies. Lastly, the video touches upon other possible applications for the aSMS. Anyone who is looking to precisely control the volume of the liquid they are working with would undoubtedly benefit from the aSMS. 

NMT in Tumor Research
NMT Helps Reveal: How Crops Cope with Cold Stress
 

Comments

No comments made yet. Be the first to submit a comment
Already Registered? Login Here
Guest
Thursday, 22 February 2018
If you'd like to register, please fill in the username, password and name fields.

Latest News

26 January 2018
Company News
Have you ever driven miles to a store to be one of the first to have the newest cell phone or tech gadget?  Have you ever driven for hours in the pouring rain to see your favorite musician perform? How far would ...
22 January 2018
Company News
 NMT Research Analyst  Elora Simkins is joining forces with the top scientists innovating research in their fields by using live samples with NMT! ...
18 January 2018
Company News
Hello everyone; YoungerUSA would like to announce that NMT Research Analyst Elora Simkins is travelling to Beijing, China. Ms. Simkins will promote the company's new line of research platforms; the PhysiolyzersⓇ, and...
21 December 2017
NMT101
This video discusses the use of IAA in a potential cancer treatment studied in "Recombinant horseradish peroxidase variants for targeted cancer treatment" Bonifert, G., Folkes, L., Gmeiner, C., Dachs, G., & Spadiut, O. (2016). Cancer Medicine,...
21 December 2017
NMT101
 This video first introduces some important components of NMT. It then goes on to show the difference between using NMT vs Traditional Microsensors while studying ionic activity....