Welcome to this week's newsletter from Zimmer and Peacock. This newsletter is a mixture of news, stories and tech notes from Zimmer and Peacock. If you want to subscribe to our newsletter or have any questions regarding Zimmer and Peacock and our passion for biosensor technologies please don't hesitate to contact us.
Analysis of screen-printed and sputtered electrodes
Why are sputtered electrodes and screen-printed electrodes so variable?
At Zimmer and Peacock we supply screen-printed electrodes, sputtered and ablated electrodes and hybrid electrodes where we mix manufacturing techniques. One of the most common complaints we hear regarding electrodes manufactured by others is that the electrodes are too variable both within an electrode batch and between electrode batches. Find out more about this problem and our solution on our website here.
Zimmer and Peacock visiting Lab Innovations 2017
Zimmer and Peacock will be visiting Lab Innovations to meet with colleagues. As one of the leading providers of biosensors, sensors, screen-printed electrodes we will be happy to meet you there and discuss your sensor and biosensor needs.
Food Matters Live
Zimmer and Peacock will be attending the Food Matters Live Expo on 21-23 November 2017. We will be there to talk about our Chilli Hotness Sensor - ChilliPot-Scoville Meter.
Made in Horten - Norway
Zimmer and Peacock's Norwegian team were exhibiting at the Made in Horten Expo.
We were delighted to meet the local companies, vendors and a large contingent of students from NTNU.
If you have any questions regarding Zimmer and Peacock and our facilities in Horten please don't hesitate to contact us.
ZP listed as Industrial Collaborators at Oxford University
Zimmer and Peacock are proud to be named among the collaborators of the Compton Group at Oxford University.
Zimmer and Peacock are resource and energetic developers and manufacturers of electrochemical biosensors and sensors and so are delighted to be actively collaborating with Richard and the team.
ZP at Oxford University
ZP were at Oxford University this week cementing relationships with the Compton Group.
Zimmer and Peacock are proud licensees of the Group's Chilli hotness measurement technology.
Chilli Sensor grabs world attention
Zimmer and Peacock are delighted by the global media attention for the ChilliPot Scoville Meter. The only handheld meter for measuring the hotness of chillies and chilli products.