Experience Q.ANT Particle Sensors for real-time monitoring of algae cultivation live @ AlgaEurope 2023

When cultivating algae, population vitality is crucial. However, existing monitoring procedures of bioreactors typically only track the optical density of algae cultures, which provides limited information about the viability of individual algae cells or contaminations in the bioreactor. Q.ANT Particle Sensors enable the real-time detection and analysis of size, velocity and position of particle sizes […]

Q.ANT takes on SC23 in Denver, CO

A handful of experienced Q.ANTies are going to attend SuperComputing in Denver, CO – the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis! If you’ll be around from Nov. 14 – 16th, you can personally meet our team! With our Quantum Computing experts Michael Förtsch, Andreas Abt, Martin Rejman and Joerg Kochendoerfer on site, you […]