Entries by AWSensors

Why using AWSensors technology in Lithium-Ion Battery Research?

February 9th 2017 AWSensors and the second largest university in Israel, Bar-Ilan University, signed an agreement to collaborate on lithium-ion battery and energy storage research. AWSensors will work with the Group of Electrochemistry, the most important of Israel. It is led by Professor Doron Aurbach, awarded in 2005 by the Electrochemical Society (ECS) for his work […]

New analysis software

December 28th 2016 A new full-featured analysis software is already available for AWS-A20 platforms. User will be able to make QCM experiments with or without electrochemistry in a very simple, fast and intuitive way because AWS Suite software has been specifically designed to ensure an optimal user experience. It allows effortless management of multiple, different devices, […]

Meet us at Bio Convention in San Francisco, US

May 13th 2016 AWSensors will join the Bio Convention next week in San Francisco, US. You may meet us at Spanish Pavilion in booth 605 or in the one-on-one partnering in the Bio Business Forum. Prof. Antonio Arnau will attend the convention to explain how AWS sensing technology works and its applications in health or […]

AWSensors technology at Biosensors 2016

May 13th 2016 Visit the booth of our distributor, Bio-Logic, to see our new products Just one week left for Biosensors 2016! AWSensors technology will be at the most prestigious congress on biosensing research to be held at Gothenburg, Sweden from May 25th to 26th. We are pleased to invite you to see our platforms […]

Bio-Logic, new distributor of our electrochemistry instruments

February 22th 2016 AWSensors is proud to announce the agreement with the French multinational Bio-Logic Science Instruments. We are now the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) for the Acoustic Sensing System distributed by this company, a real-time and sensitive system to monitor surface-bound interactions, such as adsorption and desorption processes, characterization of molecular interactions, protein conformational changes, etc. […]