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Following an increased interest in its SpectroSens optical microchip platform technology, Stratophase, a venture capital-funded spinout from the University of Southampton in the UK, has doubled its sensor chip manufacturing capability with a move to a larger facility. The real-time chemical and biochemical measurement and detection company’s new building is three times larger than its old one, and it is fitted with offices, meeting rooms and high-tech laboratory space, with the option to expand further. The SpectroSens technology is suitable for use in applications including biodetection and test monitoring of industrial processes.

BioPhotonics
Oct 2010
biochemical measurementbiodetectionBiophotonicsBusinesschemicalindustrialindustrial processesoptical microchip platformRapidScanReal-timesensor chip manufacturingSensors & DetectorsSpectroSensspinoutStratophasetest monitoringUKUniversity of Southamptonventure capital

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