After a successful first edition, the Amphacademy 2016 will be again an international meeting for experienced researchers, leading scientists, opinion leaders, experts and new users in the Amphasys community.
Successful breeding and production of wheat and other crops depends on strong and healthy pollen: Only viable pollen can induce the growth of a grain. The higher the pollen quality, the larger the yield! Amphasys provides the unique and mobile tool to analyze pollen quality! See our new application note.
At the CSEM Microtalk in Alpnach, Amphasys will present its novel “lab-on-chip” technology and applications. The mobile equipment in combination with the label-free analysis enable many applications which were previously not possible.
Amphasys was granted with a patent on milk analysis based on impedance flow cytometry. See our application description for further info.
Amphasys will introduce its newest product addition, a fully integrated autosampler, during the Analytica from May 10 to 13, 2016 in Munich. Visit us at our booth 106 in hall B1 (together with Biotool Swiss) or contact us in order to make an appointment.
Together with our local distribution partner Manyara Biotech and its Indian subsidiary Metal Hands the highly innovative solutions for mobile and label-free single cell analysis are now made available through their branches in Beijing, Shanghai and Wuhan (China) as well as in Mumbai (India). Amphasys technology is already being used in 17 countries in 4 continents. See startupticker.ch for more details.
Amphasys has been awarded as Venture Leader, the “Swiss national startup team”. The team is selected by Venturelab after a highly competitive process to represent Switzerland in Boston. This prestigious price fits very nicely into Amphasys’ strategy to grow on an international scale with the USA and Asia being the next big market regions.
Amphasys will be present at the UK Plan Sciences 2016 from April 11 to 12 at John Innes Conference Centre, Norwich and at the MonoGram 2016 from April 13 to 14 at NIAB in Cambridge. Visit us at our booth or contact us in order to make an appointment.
The Veronika and Hugo Bohny Stiftung recognizes exceptional Bachelor Theses with the “Lab Sciences Award”. Amphasys has contributed support and the topic of “Signal processiong and data mining in impedance flow cytometry”. The two students Simon Castelberg and Sebastian Lang have succeeded in working out an algorythm for an optimized signal processing which will be available in future AmphaSoft releases (see StartupTicker).
At the upcoming International Plant & Animal Genome conference in San Diego Amphasys will present its “lab-on-chip” technology which enables efficient and reproducible determination of pollen viability, ploidy and developmental stages of microspores. In a collaboration with New York based Neutec Group, the highly innovative solutions from Amphasys are now made available to customers in the U.S.A. and Canada.