FlowCam® - Flow Imaging Microscopy Blog

Sarah Isakson

Recent Posts

Welcome Becca, FlowCam Sales Support Specialist

We are happy to welcome Becca Mimmovich to the FlowCam Team. Becca is our new Sales Support Specialist, and she will serve as liaison between our field sales team and the office to streamline the quote generation process and other pre-sales activities.

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Topics: News and Events

Successfully Detecting Algal Blooms with Flow Imaging Microscopy

"After receiving hundreds of complaints, the City of Wichita Falls, Texas, developed a plan for monitoring harmful algal blooms to detect and mitigate taste and odor (T&O) compounds and cyanotoxins."

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

Using FlowCam and Machine Learning to Classify Microcystis at the Genus and Species Levels

The FlowCam was recently used by a team led by Natasha Barteneva of Nazarbayev University to develop a method for the classification of Microcystis colonial morphospecies in samples obtained from a long-term mesocosm experiment (the AQUACOSM Lake Mesocosm Warming Experiment).

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

Welcoming New Members to the FlowCam Team

Our team is growing! We are excited to welcome Shawn, Polly, and Kris to the FlowCam family. More open positions can be found on our Careers Page.

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Topics: News and Events

Wishing Goodbye and Good Luck to FlowCam and Fluid Imaging Founding Fathers, Kent and Chris

Last Friday our team assembled at headquarters for the first time in over a year thanks to the COVID-19 vaccine rollout. We gathered to wish good luck and a happy retirement to our founder, Chris Sieracki, and our long time President and CEO, Kent Peterson.

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2020 FlowCam Grant Winner Presents at US Symposium on Harmful Algae

Savannah Mapes, 2020 winner of the #FlowCam Aquatic Research Equipment & Travel Grant for Graduate Students, presented her research at the US Symposium on Harmful Algae this May. Her poster is titled "Using a FlowCam to Facilitate HAB Cell Counts: Comparing Cell Enumeration Methods", and can be viewed in greater detail by clicking on the image below.

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Topics: Freshwater Research, Invasive Species, Harmful Algal Blooms, Aquatic Research

Water Quality of the River Stiemerbeek in Belgium: a FlowCam Case Study

The FlowCam's European partner and distributor, Anasysta, recently shared a story with Yokogawa about a local project that uses the FlowCam to monitor water quality in the River Stiemerbeek. 

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Topics: Freshwater Research, User Spotlight, Aquatic Research

Zabdiel Roldan Ayala of Queens College Awarded 2021 FlowCam Aquatic Research Equipment & Travel Grant

We are excited to announce that the first of two 2021 FlowCam student grant categories has been awarded to Zabdiel Roldan Ayala, a graduate student studying phytoplankton at Queens College's School of Earth and Environmental Sciences.

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Topics: Marine Research, News and Events, Harmful Algal Blooms, Aquatic Research

Central Arkansas Water Named Recipient of the First FlowCam Drinking Water Equipment & Travel Grant

This year we introduced a new grant program for US and Canadian water utilities: The FlowCam Drinking Water Equipment and Travel Grant Program. The program is designed for water utilities to advance their science by helping them reduce labor hours, detect nuisance algae, and predict harmful algae blooms or taste & odor events.

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Topics: Freshwater Research, News and Events, Harmful Algal Blooms, Municipal Water (Drinking/Wastewater), User Spotlight

Why Size and Shape Matter: Perspective on the Acquisition of FlowCam by Yokogawa

Yokogawa Fluid Imaging partner, Axel Wilde of ANASYSTA, recently wrote an article discussing the acquisition of Fluid Imaging Technologies by Yokogawa, and how the FlowCam compliments Yokogawa's current product portfolio. Keep reading, or check out the article on Yokogawa's Life Innovation Blog.

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Topics: News and Events, FlowCam Technology