Microorganism, Chemical Detection Technologies Survey

November 17, 2009

The latest report from Research and Markets analyzes the new developments in identification of microorganisms and chemicals.

DUBLIN, Ireland -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Detection Technologies 2009: New Developments in Identification of Microorganisms & Chemicals" report to their offering.

The 15th in the company's Detection Technologies Conference Series, an internationally recognized meeting for experts in technologies for detection and identification of biological and chemical agents and threats, explores the latest R&D developments as well as ready-to-market technologies and systems for:

  • New generation of sensors and detectors
  • Rapid reliable continuous automated chemical and biodetection
  • Chemical and biological agents sampling/preparation/pre-concentration/analysis
  • PCR and non-PCR based detection techniques
  • Reagent and reagentless detection systems
  • Point-of-care threat detection
  • Field-ready devices: compatibility/reliability/scalability

Our group of leading experts from government, academia and industry will also address the following discussion issues and areas of focused technology development and implementation:

  • Threat agent evolution
  • Emerging pathogens and threats
  • Detection systems integration
  • Reducing false positives vs. detector sensitivity
  • Progress in sensor/detector/lab-on-a-chip technology
  • New assay and sequencing technologies
  • Issues of sensitivity/testing/validation/standardization
  • Regulatory issues, export/import

For more information visit the Research and Markets Web site.

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