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Insight Into the FlowCam's Role in India's Biopharmaceutical Market

Yokogawa Fluid Imaging Technologies' distributor to India's Biopharmaceutical market is Bioscreen InstrumentsBioscreen's Field Application Specialist, Jamuna Yadhav, shared with us the following testimonial and case study about their experience using the FlowCam to analyze injectable drug samples.

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Topics: Protein Therapeutics, FlowCam Technology, User Spotlight, Biopharmaceutical Research

A Testimonial about the FlowCam Student Equipment Grant from the 2011 Recipient, Karen Kayfetz

Yokogawa Fluid Imaging Technologies is pleased to announce the return of our Student Equipment Grant Program in 2020. Learn how to apply to win the use of a free FlowCam to conduct your research more quickly and efficiently. Keep reading below to learn about one student's experience participating in the program in 2011.

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Topics: Marine Research, News and Events, User Spotlight, Aquatic Research

A Testimonial about the FlowCam Student Equipment Grant from the 2016 Recipient, Nick Ray

Yokogawa Fluid Imaging Technologies is pleased to announce the return of our Student Equipment Grant Program in 2020. Learn how to apply to win the use of a free FlowCam to conduct your research more quickly and efficiently. Keep reading below to learn about one student's experience participating in the program in 2016.

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Topics: Marine Research, News and Events, User Spotlight, Aquatic Research

A Testimonial about the FlowCam Student Equipment Grant from the 2015 Recipient, Keara Stanislawczyk

Yokogawa Fluid Imaging Technologies is pleased to announce the return of our Student Equipment Grant Program in 2020. Learn how to apply to win the use of a free FlowCam to conduct your research more quickly and efficiently. Keep reading below to learn about one student's experience participating in the program in 2015.

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Topics: Marine Research, News and Events, User Spotlight, Aquatic Research

5 Companies That Specialize in Imaging Technology

We were recently honored to be included in the video below, featuring us alongside other international companies that use imaging to further science and technology. Take a look!

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Topics: News and Events, FlowCam Technology

New Streamlined FlowCam Supports Shellfish Aquaculture

Due to the pandemic, we have canceled our foreseeable conference appearances. In lieu of attending the Annual Meeting of the National Shellfisheries Association this month, they have provided us a platform to tell the story of the FlowCam and how it can benefit the Shellfish Aquaculture Industry. What follows below is taken from their quarterly newsletter and explains how the new FlowCam 5000 can support this industry.

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Topics: News and Events, User Spotlight, Aquaculture

Fluid Imaging Technologies Acquired by Yokogawa Electric Corporation

We are excited to announce that on April 8th, Fluid Imaging Technologies was acquired by Yokogawa Electric Corporation of Tokyo, Japan.

As FIT joins the Yokogawa Group, Yokogawa will be able to expand its portfolio of cell observation and particle analysis solutions offered by its life innovation business, and thereby strengthen its business targeting the bioeconomy market.

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Topics: News and Events

Top Research Studies Comparing the FlowCam to Light Microscopy

Most organizations who are considering the purchase of a FlowCam ask themselves this question: how does the FlowCam compare to traditional light microscopy? They know that using a FlowCam is faster than using a microscope, and it's possible to produce larger amounts of data, but is the FlowCam as accurate?

Can it correctly calculate biomass, biovolume, and identify organisms? We don't want you to take our word for it, so we have gathered a selection of published studies that explore this very question. Please enjoy these summaries, and feel free to contact us for access to the full papers.

Top Studies Comparing FlowCam to Light Microscopy

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Topics: Marine Research, Harmful Algal Blooms, Municipal Water (Drinking/Wastewater), User Spotlight, Aquatic Research

Boston University Student Thesis Features FlowCam Data

Nick’s research focuses on how oysters regulate biogeochemical cycling in their environment

Congratulations to Nicholas Ray from the Fulweiler Lab at Boston University for completing his PhD. and presenting his thesis seminar 'virtually' on Monday, March 23rd. Nick’s work focuses on how the restoration of oyster reefs affects coastal nutrient cycling and greenhouse gas emissions, and drew an audience of over 100 people. We have had the privilege of getting to know Nick in the years since he received a Fluid Imaging Student Research & Travel Grant in 2016.

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Topics: Marine Research, User Spotlight, Aquatic Research

Using the FlowCam to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Magnetic Ionic Liquids in Isolating Foodborne Pathogens

A research group at Iowa State University is studying the use of Magnetic Ionic Liquids (MILs) as a tool to isolate foodborne pathogens in liquid suspensions. Previously, they showed the ability of MILs to capture a species of Salmonella.

Their new work, published in the current issue of Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, extends the previous work on MILs to the capture of several Gram-negative bacteria of importance to food, agricultural and clinical testing, including subspecies of Salmonella and E. coli O157:H7.

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Topics: Industrial Applications, Food & Beverage, User Spotlight