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C&EN Pittcon Exposition Highlights – 4/15/13

Stu Borman of C&EN discussed the highlights from a busy week at Pittcon 2013 in March. Stu discusses the pHit Scanner, winner of the Pittcon Editors’ Gold Award for Best New Product. In the article, Paul B. Farnsworth of Brigham Young University states that “there should be a number of settings in which it will replace conventional glass electrodes”. You can read the C&EN Pittcon 2013 Highlights here.

spectroscopyNOW (Video Interview & Article) – 3/28/2013

This article about Senova Systems’ winning the Pittcon Editors’ Gold Award for Best New Product was published on March 28, 2013 by spectroscopyNOW.com. In the video below, Lee Leonard, CEO of Senova Systems, is interviewed by Eileen Skelly Frame of Instrument News. Lee discusses the wide breadth of applications in which the pHit Scanner be utilized, ranging from general laboratory use to animal care. Lee also touches on the significant cost savings that users of the pHit Scanner can experience and the launch of our pHit for Education program where Senova is giving away pHit Scanners to community colleges throughout the United States.
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Senova Systems Wins Pittcon Editors’ Gold Award (Pittcon Today) – 3/27/2013

This article discusses the winners of the coveted Pittcon Editors’ awards for Pittcon 2013, highlighting the best new products of Pittcon 2013. Senova Systems won the Gold Award for the Best New Product at Pittcon 2013 out of 1000+ exhibitors. The article mentions that the calibration-free pHit Scanner is “the first move away from glass electrode-based pH measurement for almost 80 years, but the concept has process analytical and veterinary applications not available to traditional pH meters.”

Drug Discovery & Development Magazine – 3/20/2013

Drug Discovery & Development Magazine discusses the availability of Senova Systems’ pHit Scanner. The calibration-free pH meter was made available for purchase on March 19, 2013.

Pittcon Today Ad – 3/17/2013

This ad was published in the Pittcon Today publication of Pittcon 2013 running from March 17, 2013 to March 21, 2013. The ad highlights the pHit Scanner as the future of pH and its key features – calibration-free, non-glass, and dry-storage.

Pittcon Pocket Print Ad – 3/17/2013

This ad was published in Pittcon’s 2013 Pittcon Pocket Program on March 17, 2013. The ad highlights the pHit Scanner as the future of pH and its key features – calibration-free, non-glass, and dry-storage. The ad also mentions the liberating effect the pHit Scanner can have on users that have been subjected to the limitations and frustrations of conventional pH meters.

How It Works (LabManager) – 3/9/2013

This article in Lab Manager discusses how the technology behind the pHit Scanner solves many critical problems that users of conventional pH meters experience every day. These problems include complex maintenance and calibration protocols to broken glass electrodes.  The world’s calibration-free pH meter, the pHit Scanner, reduces the user cost while increase ease of use. The article highlights that this is achieved by some of the pHit Scanner’s key features – calibration-free, dry-storable, and non-glass. This article was published in Lab Manager on 3/9/2013.

Isis Innovation of Oxford University

This article about the launch of the pHit Scanner from Senova Systems was published by Isis Innovation of Oxford University. The technology behind the calibration-free, non-glass, dry-storage pHit Scanner was licensed from Oxford University. The technology was developed by Professor Richard Compton during research at Oxford University’s Department of Chemistry.

C&EN Online Ad – 2/1/2013

This ad was published on Chemical and Engineering News online, effective February 1st, 2013. The ad highlights the pHit Scanner as the future of pH and its key features – calibration-free, non-glass, and dry-storage.

C&EN Print Ad – 1/21/2013

This ad was printed in the Chemical & Engineering News print magazine, published on January 21st, 2013. The ad highlights the key features of the pHit Scanner – calibration-free, non-glass, and dry-storage.

FinSMEs – 12/1/2012

This article about Senova Systems’ financing was published on December 1, 2012 by FinSMEs. Senova Systems announced that it raised $6.7 million in Series B funding. The funding was led by Phoenix Venture Partners and Harris & Harris Group Inc. to help with the commercialization of the pHit Scanner, the world’s first calibration-free pH meter, and for expanding on-going strategic development partnerships.

BPI International 2012 Print Ad – 10/9/2012

This ad was published in the BioProcess International Conference Program from October 9 – October 11, 2012. Senova Systems previewed the calibration-free pHit Scanner at BPI 2012. The ad highlights the key features of the pHit Scanner – calibration-free, non-glass, wet-dry reversible, and solid-state.

BizJournals – 1/12/2012

This article about Senova Systems’ financing was published on January 12, 2012 by Lisa Sibley of BizJournals. Senova Systems announced that it raised $6.7 million in Series B funding. The funding was led by Phoenix Venture Partners and Harris & Harris Group Inc. to help with the commercialization of the pHit Scanner, the world’s first calibration-free pH meter, and for expanding on-going strategic development partnerships.

LabManager – 10/7/2011

This article discusses the market for pH meters and highlights what lab managers are looking for when purchasing pH meters. The article highlights the technology behind Senova Systems’ calibration-free, non-glass pH meter, the pHit Scanner, when it says “a team at Oxford University in the UK patented a revolutionary type of pH meter – the solid state sensor pH meter.” This is the technology that was licensed to Senova Systems and served as the foundation for the pHit Platform. The article continues to discuss the technology in depth. ” This pH meter replaces sensitive glass electrodes with a solid-state sensor that is
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LabManager – 12/9/2012

This article about the importance of pH meters in labs highlights the calibration-free  pHit Scanner as “the first significant departure from the ubiquitous electrode-based meter.” The article goes on to say that “over the years lab workers have come to expect more from instrumentation, and pH meters are no exception.” This article was published in Lab Manager on 12/9/2010.

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