Madison, WI (24-Nov-2021). Platypus Technologies LLC, a leading supplier of metal coatings, announces new products on patterned electrodes.
New STM imaging study reveals stunning atomic-scale details on Ultra-flat Gold Surfaces.
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Madison, WI (February 1, 2019) – Platypus Technologies, a leading supplier of metal surfaces for nanotechnology, announces new service offerings in metal deposition, surface patterning and characterization.
Platypus was invited to the South Texas based radio, “In The Oil Patch” on Oct. 2, 2017.
Madison, WI (September 11, 2017) – After a 12-year business relationship, Platypus Technologies, LLC, manufacturer of products for accurate chemical and biotech measurements, and GWC Technologies, developer of reliable detection systems, announce the signing of a cooperative marketing agreement, which occurred on August 11, 2017.
MADISON, Wis., August 15, 2017 — There’s no secret that a great many people shopping for the most diverse of products prefer to
MADISON, Wis., August 1, 2017 — In an effort to deliver even more use and value to customers in industrial hygiene, environmental monitoring, defense, and first responders, Platypus Technologies, LLC recently released the new Platypus H2S DosimeterTM, a device that can be used to measure a worker’s short term exposure limit (STEL) to H2S (hydrogen sulfide)
MADISON, Wis., July 3, 2017 — Platypus Technologies, LLC, a designer and manufacturer of innovative products for accurate chemical and biotech measurements, announced today that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has awarded the company a new contract worth $100,000 to develop wearable chemical badge sensors.
The Army Research Office gave the award to enable the firm to bring the technology required for commercial production of its newest product- a new liquid crystal based sensor that has been integrated into drones for the identification of toxic compounds.
- Biological Contamination
Contamination arising from careless handling of equipment or cell culture plates
Contamination can arise from chemical or biological means. To avoid contamination, the scientist should perform routine cleaning of all equipment, floors, and counters. When working with chemicals, it is good to make sure all lids are closed tightly before transporting a container. When working with cells, be sure to avoid cross contamination by working with one cell line at a time and changing pipette tips when appropriate.
Platypus took home the Wisconsin Small Business Innovation award for Outstanding Achievement last week! Many thanks to all our supporters!
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Madison, WI – Platypus Technologies, LLC. announces the launch of the Oris™ Pro 96-Well Invasion Assay for quantitative real-time and end-point measurements of cell invasion. The assay facilitates 3-D cell invasion analysis with measurement of cellular invasion in the Z-plane.
Madison, WI – Platypus Technologies, LLC. is pleased to announce that company founder, director and scientific advisor Nicholas L. Abbott has been elected to membership of the US National Academy of Engineering.
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Madison, WI – Platypus Technologies, LLC. announces the introduction of the first of a new generation of cell motility assays designed specifically for fully automated high throughput screening(HTS) utilizing high content screening (HCS)and high content imaging (HCI) systems.
Madison, WI – Platypus Technologies, LLC. announces the addition of the Oris™ Pro Collagen I Cell Invasion Assay to its product line of cell motility assays. The new Oris™ Pro Collagen I Cell Invasion Assay will be launched at the Society for Biomolecular Screening Annual Meeting
Madison, WI – Platypus Technologies, LLC. announces the addition of the Oris™ Pro Cell Migration Assay to its product line of cell-based assays. The new Oris™ Pro Cell Migration Assay, which will be launched at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology