Berthold Technologies’ new bScreen label-free µArray reader was selected among the top 3 most innovative products at the Forum LABO Biotech exhibition held in Paris in spring 2015. The bScreen was honored due to its unique technology that helps to increase productivity in the laboratory. The jury highlighted the high throughput capabilities of the bScreen that come without compromises in the measurement performance in terms of sensitivity and information accessible. This way, the bScreen closes the gap between µArray formats and label-free approaches.
The bScreen LB 911 label-free high-throughput reader for biomolecular interaction studies is now available. Exclusively featuring the 1Lambda-RIDe technology from our Partner Biametrics, the bScreen combines the performance of µArray formats with the information available from label-free technologies. This way, the complete binding kinetics of up to 10,000 individual interactions can be analysed in a single run, making the bScreen the ideal solution when it comes to time optimization, efficiency and throughput. The bScreen is the instrument of choice in applications such as epitope mapping, diagnostic and pharmaceutical screening as well as consumer safety tasks. Read more
Reliable moisture control with MicroPolar to scan the bale and measure the moisture inside the bale - non-contacting and very accurate Read more
Through the recently signed partnership with Biametrics GmbH, a spin-off of Tübingen University, Berthold Technologies is able to offer label-free detection solutions for kinetic interaction analysis. The bScreen LB 991 is a bench-top instrument based on the proprietary 1λ-Reflectometric Interference Detection (1λ-RIDe) for kinetic label-free bio-molecular interaction monitoring and analysis. It is working with microarray slides, good for detecting up to 10,000 interactions within one run, thus closing the gap between conventional µArray approaches and currently available label-free techniques.
The Process Control division offers non-contacting level measurement technology for use in a variety of industrial sectors. As global leader in radiometric technology the level gauges provided by Berthold are unique in terms of reliability and long-term stability – the more than 20,000 measurement systems that are in operation worldwide are a proof of that every day.
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Instruments for Radiation Protection
The Radiation Protection Division develops, manufactures and distributes extremely sensitive and reliable radiation monitors for radiation protection and health physics in research, nuclear medicine, nuclear engineering and also for nuclear decommissioning. These instruments are mainly for the measurement of:
Microplate Readers and in vivo Imagers
The Bioanalytic division develops and manufactures single and multi-label microplate readers for a multitude of life sciences applications like reporter genes, Calcium, ATP, caspases, kinases, GPCRs, cAMP, DNA concentration, protein concentration, immunoassays, oxidative burst and many more.
In vivo imaging of luciferase and GFP expression as well as other luminescent and fluorescent marker are the turf for the small animal and plant imaging systems NightOWL and NightSHADE with a set of dedicated add-ons, e.g. anaesthesia unit or LED growth illumination.
Simply smart – the new radiometric densitometer SmartSeries
Berthold Technologies is introducing a new densitometer, based on the non-contacting gamma transmission technology. The SmartSeries LB 414 detector measures density, concentration and solids content online and on all kind of slurries and liquids.
Read more about our SmartSeries LB 414
New: ECcast - Electromagnetic Mould Level System
Berthold Technologies announces the availability of the new electromagnetic mould level system ECcast. ECcast measures the level of molten metal reliably and extremely precisely, and is not affected by casting powder or slag.
Carbon in Fly-Ash Monitor
The Berthold analyzer Micro-Polar Moist LB 568 provides an accurate and reliable online measurement of the carbon content in fly ash. The real-time information about the proportion of unburnt ash can be used to improve the combustion rate and boiler efficiency.
Exhibitions & Events
03.06.2015 - 04.06.2015Exhibition Parc, Lisieux/France
04.06.2015 - 06.06.2015Berlin/Germany
07.06.2015 - 11.06.2015Princeton/United States