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Ocean Insight's innovative optical sensing technologies are helping medical, life sciences, and pharmaceutical researchers tackle challenges associated with COVID-19 detection, testing and prevention.
Ocean Insight optical sensing technologies offer speed, portability and less invasive sample collection during testing. Our technologies can be integrated into PCR, fluorescence, Raman or other testing devices for rapid COVID-19 detection. You may be interested in recent postings related to our technologies:
The journey to controlling COVID-19 is like a long-distance race. As we think of what was, what is, and what will be, we are proud of all who continue working toward finding effective, widescale solutions to battle the virus. Whether you are working on clinical diagnostics, designing medical instrumentation to support patients, evaluating UV light disinfection sources, or setting up initial research, thank you!
As the pandemic underscored, our mission at Ocean Insight has become more important than ever. Indeed, as health care officials refocus on future virus detection, our sensing technologies can be integrated into portable devices for faster, more accurate virus screening and testing, while making sample prep as simple as collecting saliva. And that's just one element of the pandemic response.
In this demo, learn how high-sensitivity SERS substrates can be used for rapid detection of COVID-19 and other virus antibodies. Our solutions enable diagnostic kit developers to drive low limits of viral detection and speed up pass/fail test results.
From acute care diagnostics to research and development of vaccines and therapeutics, Ocean Insight customers take advantage of analytical instrumentation and application insight that are simpler, smarter and more robust than other options. Here’s some related material:
Ocean Insight modular spectrometers are effective tools for monitoring the output of UV lamps, including virus-disrupting wavelengths in the UVC region (200-280 nm). Here is some supporting information:
In the battle against COVID-19, UV sterilization techniques can extend the life of high-demand personal protective equipment (PPE). But does your UV lamp provide enough power to disinfect face masks safely?
Ocean Insight and a leading U.S. pediatric hospital have teamed to monitor the output of UV disinfection lamps that extend the life of critical personal protective equipment (PPE).