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Deurion receives NIH phase I SBIR award
Deurion is developing patented technology that consists of two planar devices that are coupled; specifically digital microfluidics (DMF) for sample manipulation is combined with surface acoustic wave nebulization (SAWN) for transfer of analytes to the gas phase for mass spectrometric analysis
Deurion suite at ASMS 2014
Come learn more about SAWN and DMF-SAWN at Deurion's suite at ASMS 2014 in Baltimore, MD. We'll be available the nights of 16-18 June.
Deurion hires Erik Nilsson as CEO
Mr Erik Nilsson most recently was CEO of Insilicos of Seattle, WA was hired to aid in furthering the company's goals and product lines. Erik has 20 + years experience in development of startup companies and product development. He will be based in Seattle, WA.
Deurion Receives NSF phase II SBIR Award
Deurion has recently received notice of award for an NSF Phase II SBIR to develop a high throughput (HTP) Surface Acoustic Wave Nebulization (SAWN) Platform for mass spectrometry. We expect that the improved HTP-SAWN device will have a broad impact on multiple areas of science that rely on MS for quantitative and qualitative measurements. Specifically, we will couple HTP-SAWN to a newborn error assay developed by Prof Frank Turecek at the University of Washington. Beyond this, because SAWN allows instantaneous monitoring of chemical reactions we expect that HTP-SAWN will empower analysis of many different kinds of chemical reactions like hydrogen-deuterium exchange where kinetic measurements are critical.
Deurion In Baltimore
In order to be closer to their primary science advisor's academic laboratories Deurion move their headquarters to the East coast city of Baltimore.
Deurion shipped their first prototype SAWN ion source to the CEA in Grenoble, France. For information on how to obtain a SAWN ion source for beta testing please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Beta Unit Developed
Deurion completes development and testing of a prototype SAWN ion source.
Deurion Receives SBIR Award
November 22nd, 2011
Deurion has recently begun work on an NSF Phase I SBIR to develop a Surface Acoustic Wave Nebulization Platform for commercialization.
We expect that the improved SAWN device will have a broad impact on multiple areas of science that rely on MS for quantitative and qualitative measurements. For example, lipidomics will benefit from an ionization method that is not susceptible to clogging and the lack of an applied voltage will facilitate analysis of compounds with labile covalent and non-covalent bonds.