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SAW Instruments to Probe into Latest Biosensor Trends

Published: Monday, October 22, 2012
Last Updated: Monday, October 22, 2012
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New online survey aims to identify the challenges of accurately measuring molecular interactions.

SAW Instruments, developer of the innovative sam® family of biosensors for real-time, label-free assays, has commissioned a survey to identify the current challenges affecting researchers at the forefront of molecular binding studies and kinetic analysis. By providing answers to 12 quick multiple-choice questions, respondents will be given access to some of the more interesting findings and will be entered into the draw to win a brand new Kindle Fire™. Topics under discussion include the biggest technical challenge in biosensing for life science applications, as well as the main current limitations with existing technologies. The survey comes at a pertinent time, as several models of well-known, older biosensor equipment are being discontinued and service support removed.

For your chance to win a Kindle Fire™ fill out the full survey now, or visit to find out more about the latest innovations in biosensing technology.

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