Below is the rolling news feed from Zimmer and Peacock. Our news feed represents that Zimmer and Peacock is a fast moving active company with lots of well-directed activity.

Thu

02

Feb

2023

ZP Developers Zone 8 AM London 9 February 2023

A weekly webinar from ZP, please note the webinar is recorded so no need to watch live.

Sun

29

Jan

2023

Horten Norway 11 and 12 September 2023 - ZP Continuous Glucose Monitoring, IVD and Biosensor Workshop

Introduction

Zimmer and Peacock are the World's leading ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of Continuous Monitoring  Glucose, Lactate, Smart Bandages/Wound Care and other Monitoring Technology and Wearable Biosensors. The course will include comments on IVDs and a compare and contract between continuous monitoring and discrete monitoring.

 

In this workshop ZP will provide a technical introduction to CGM and other wearable biosensors, including: pH, glucose, oxygen lactate etc. To augment the formal lectures ZP will also provide practical sessions where the attendees will construct biosensors and test biosensors.

Workshop Leader

The workshop will be lead by Dr Martin Peacock

Date and Time

Day One - 9:30 AM to 4 PM  - 11 September  2023

 

Day Two - 9:30 AM to 4 PM  - 12 September  2023


Venue

The workshop will be held in ZP's state of the art manufacturing facility, which is equipped with a state of the art lecture theatre.

 

Location: Zimmer and Peacock Horten, Vestfold, Norway.


Summary

Attendees can expect to:

 

1) Construct a continuous monitoring glucose sensor.

2) Test their continuous monitoring glucose sensor.

3) Construct a continuous monitoring oxygen sensor.

4) Test their continuous monitoring oxygen sensor.

5) Construct a continuous monitoring lactate sensor

6) Test their continuous monitoring lactate sensor.

7) Test a continuous pH sensor

8) Test a continuous cortisol sensor

9) Lean the theory of electrochemical continuous glucose monitoring sensor and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

10) Lean the theory of electrochemical continuous lactate  monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

11) Lean the theory of electrochemical continuous oxygen monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

12) Lean the theory of electrochemical ketone continuous monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

13) Lean the theory of electrochemical purine continuous monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

14) Lean the theory of electrochemical cortisol continuous monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

15) We cover ion-selective electrodes, including pH sensors and demonstrate the sensors.

16) We cover the modes of analysis including: amperometry, voltammetry, potentiometry, and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy.

17) We demonstrate the commercial application of voltammetry.

18) We discuss QMS and how it applies to wearable biosensors.

19) We discuss project management, large scale data collection and data analysis in biosensors programmes.

20) All attendees receive a certificate of attending

 

Only 30 places are available on this course.

2 Day CGM and Wearable Biosensor Workshop

Horten Norway 11   and 12 September  2023  - ZP Continuous Glucose Monitoring, IVD and Biosensor Workshop

2.500,00 €
Add to Cart
  • Available

A Certificate of Attendance will be provided at the end


Sat

28

Jan

2023

ZP Developers Zone 8 AM London 2 February 2023

A weekly webinar from ZP, please note the webinar is recorded so no need to watch live.

Wed

25

Jan

2023

15 February 2023 - Online workshop for: Biosensors, IVDs and Wearable Biosensors


 

Introduction

Zimmer and Peacock are the World's leading ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of electrochemical IVDs, wearable biosensors and biosensors. 

 

This workshop will be entirely online, though the experiments and lectures  will be delivered in real time from the ZP Studio.

Content

 

Introduction to wearable electrochemical biosensors, including continuous glucose monitoring.

Introduction to electrochemical in-vitro diagnostics.

Introduction to electroanalytical techniques for biosensor developers.

Demonstration of generation one glucose sensor , oxygen sensor, generation two lactate sensor.

Demonstration of amperometry, voltammetry, potentiometry (pH).

Demonstration of electrochemical impedance spectroscopy.

 

Workshop Leader

 

The workshop will be lead by Dr Martin Peacock.

 

Venue

Online

 

Date

10 January 2023

 

Time

We are hosting three live streaming webinars on the 15 February 2023 to cover global time zones.  Each webinar is 3 hours, with a short 15 minute break in the middle, but otherwise filled with content, knowledge and live demos. Please register for the workshop most appropriate to your time zone by clicking the add to cart option below.

3 hour electrochemical biosensor workshop (start time 12 PM New Delhi)

Start time 12 PM New Delhi India 15 February 2023

350,00 €
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  • Available
3 hour electrochemical biosensor workshop (start time 12 PM Berlin Germany)

Start time 12 PM Berlin Germany 15 February 2023

350,00 €
Add to Cart
  • Available
3 hour electrochemical biosensor workshop (start time 12 PM New York, 9 AM San Francisco)

Start time 12 PM New York, 9 AM San Francisco 15 February 2023

350,00 €
Add to Cart
  • Available

Tue

24

Jan

2023

ZP Chloridization Process

ZP is happy to license our chloritization process for 1 M Euros per annum.

License to ZP Chloridization Process

A 1 year license to ZP's chloridization process can be licensed at 1 M Euros per annum.

1.000.000,00 €
Add to Cart
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  • Generally ships within 3-4 weeks

Sun

22

Jan

2023

ZP Subscriptions

ZP Subscriptions are for those who want a lighter effort, but extended interaction with ZP. These subscriptions are 12 month commitments from ZP and the client. The ZP subscription takes advantage of ZP's Matrix Organization Structure.

 

ZP has three levels of subscription per month, and are intended for those who want a lighter effort with ZP:

 

1) Micro subscription - 15 hours per month, 4,999 Euros per month for 12 months.

 

2) Mini subscription - 32 hours per month, 9,999 Euros per month for 12 months.

 

3) Standard  subscription - 90 hours per month, 19,999 Euros per month for 12 months.

ZP Subscription

The ZP Subscription is for those who are looking for lighter interaction with ZP..

4.999,00 €
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  • Generally ships within 3-4 weeks

Wed

18

Jan

2023

ZP Developers Zone 8 AM London 26 January 2023

A weekly webinar from ZP, please note the webinar is recorded so no need to watch live.

Mon

16

Jan

2023

Electrochemical Biosensor and IVD Workshop - Scotland 28 February 2023

Introduction

Zimmer and Peacock are the World's leading ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of electrochemical biosensors and in-vitro diagnostics (IVDs).

 

In this workshop ZP will provide a technical introduction to electroanalytical techniques and their application to biosensors, IVDs, Point-of-Care (PoC), Point-of-need Applications, delivered from a unique commercial perspective.

 

Included in the workshop will also be a focus on the regulatory pathway for bringing medical diagnostics to market, and an analysis of the cost to bring an IVD (in-vitro diagnostic to market), technical points will be supported by commercial examples and case studies.

 

The trainers will adapt the delivery of the workshop content based on the backgrounds of the delegates.

Workshop Leader

The workshop will be lead by Martin Peacock PhD and Gerard Macias PhD.

Date and Time

Day One - 9:30 AM to 4 PM  - 28 February 2023

Venue

Location: Biocity Scotland, Motherwell ML1 5HU


Summary

Attendees can expect to receive hands on training and fabricate and test a biosensor, contents include:

 

1) Introduction to Electrochemistry, Electroanalytical Techniques, Electrochemical Biosensors and, POC and IVDs, from a commercial perspective.

 

2) Deeper Dive into: amperometric techniques, voltammetry techniques, potentiometric techniques, non-Faradaic electrochemical impedance spectroscopy,  and Faradaic electrochemical impedance spectroscopy, and how these techniques are used in current products.

 

3) Hands on amperometric experiment

 

4) Hands on voltammetry experiment

 

5) Hands on potentiometric experiment

 

6) Deep dive on the documentation and regulatory process for diagnostics approval

 

7) We use several case studies to illustrate the cost to bring a medical diagnostic to the market.

 

8) We discuss project management, large scale data collection and data analysis in biosensors programmes.

 

9) We discuss and demonstrate the detection of ions, small molecules, proteins, viruses, RNA, DNA using: ionophores, enzymes, antibodies, aptamers, receptors etc.

 

10) All attendees receive a certificate of attending

 

Only 30 places are available on this course.

1 Day Swansea IVD and Regulatory Workshop

A 1 day biosensor and IVD Workshop Swansea 28 February 2023

950,00 €
Add to Cart
  • Available

A Certificate of Attendance will be provided at the end


Thu

12

Jan

2023

ZP Developers Zone 8 AM London 19 January 2023

A weekly webinar from ZP, please note the webinar is recorded so no need to watch live.

Fri

06

Jan

2023

Webinar Test

This is a test for webinar


Wed

04

Jan

2023

ZP Developers Zone 8 AM London 12 January 2023

A weekly webinar from ZP, please note the webinar is recorded so no need to watch live.

Fri

30

Dec

2022

ZP Developers Zone 8 AM London 5 January 2023

A weekly webinar from ZP, please note the webinar is recorded so no need to watch live.

Thu

22

Dec

2022

CGM Capabilities at ZP

As part of our frequent ZP Developer Zone Webinars we discussed our CGM capabilities at ZP.


Thu

22

Dec

2022

ZP Developers Zone 8 AM London 29 December 2022

A weekly webinar from ZP, please note the webinar is recorded so no need to watch live.

Wed

21

Dec

2022

Eight Working Electrode Array

The adjacent item is our 8 working electrode array based on our carbon hyper value electrode.

Eight working electrode array

A eight working electrode array of electrodes

250,00 €
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  • Generally ships within 3-4 weeks

Wed

21

Dec

2022

Seven Working Electrode Array

The adjacent item is our 7 working electrode array based on our carbon hyper value electrode.

Seven working electrode array

A seven working electrode array of electrodes

250,00 €
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  • Generally ships within 3-4 weeks

Sun

18

Dec

2022

Electrochemical Biosensor and IVD Workshop - 22 February Coventry UK

Introduction

Zimmer and Peacock are the World's leading ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of electrochemical biosensors and in-vitro diagnostics (IVDs).

 

In this workshop ZP will provide a technical introduction to electrochemistry, electroanalytical techniques and their application to biosensors, IVDs, Point-of-Care (PoC), Point-of-need Applications. The trainers adjust the delivery of the workshop content based on the backgrounds of the delegates.


Workshop Leader

The workshop will be lead by Dr Martin Peacock

Date and Time

Day One - 9:30 AM to 4 PM  - 22 February 2023


Venue

Location: University of Warwick, Science Park, Unit 4B, Vanguard Centre, Coventry CV4 7EZ


Summary

Attendees can expect to receive the theory, and to go into the lab and do their own experiments and make their own sensors. All experiments and learning will be in the context of glucose sensing, electrochemical biosensors and IVDs.

 

1) Introduction to Electrochemistry, Electroanalytical Techniques, Electrochemical Biosensors, Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) and, POC and IVDs

 

2) Deeper Dive into: amperometric techniques, voltammetry techniques, potentiometric techniques, non-Faradaic electrochemical impedance spectroscopy,  and Faradaic electrochemical impedance spectroscopy

 

3) Hands on amperometric experiment

 

4) Hands on voltammetry experiment

 

5) Hands on potentiometric experiment

 

6) We discuss project management, large scale data collection and data analysis in biosensors programmes.

 

7) We discuss and demonstrate the detection of ions, small molecules, proteins, viruses, RNA, DNA using: ionophores, enzymes, antibodies, aptamers, receptors etc.

 

8) All attendees receive a certificate of attending

 

Only 30 places are available on this course.

1 Day Coventry Biosensor and IVD Workshop

A 1 day biosensor and IVD Workshop Coventry 22 February 2023

950,00 €
Add to Cart
  • Available

A Certificate of Attendance will be provided at the end


Sun

18

Dec

2022

2023 January Workshops

Sat

17

Dec

2022

Horten Norway 9 and 10 March 2023 - ZP Continuous Glucose Monitoring, IVD and Biosensor Workshop

Introduction

Zimmer and Peacock are the World's leading ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of Continuous Monitoring  Glucose, Lactate, Smart Bandages/Wound Care and other Monitoring Technology and Wearable Biosensors. The course will include comments on IVDs and a compare and contract between continuous monitoring and discrete monitoring.

 

In this workshop ZP will provide a technical introduction to CGM and other wearable biosensors, including: pH, glucose, oxygen lactate etc. To augment the formal lectures ZP will also provide practical sessions where the attendees will construct biosensors and test biosensors.

Workshop Leader

The workshop will be lead by Dr Martin Peacock

Date and Time

Day One - 9:30 AM to 4 PM  - 9 March 2023

 

Day Two - 9:30 AM to 4 PM  - 10 March  2023


Venue

The workshop will be held in ZP's state of the art manufacturing facility, which is equipped with a state of the art lecture theatre.

 

Location: Zimmer and Peacock Horten, Vestfold, Norway.


Summary

Attendees can expect to:

 

1) Construct a continuous monitoring glucose sensor.

2) Test their continuous monitoring glucose sensor.

3) Construct a continuous monitoring oxygen sensor.

4) Test their continuous monitoring oxygen sensor.

5) Construct a continuous monitoring lactate sensor

6) Test their continuous monitoring lactate sensor.

7) Test a continuous pH sensor

8) Test a continuous cortisol sensor

9) Lean the theory of electrochemical continuous glucose monitoring sensor and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

10) Lean the theory of electrochemical continuous lactate  monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

11) Lean the theory of electrochemical continuous oxygen monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

12) Lean the theory of electrochemical ketone continuous monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

13) Lean the theory of electrochemical purine continuous monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

14) Lean the theory of electrochemical cortisol continuous monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

15) We cover ion-selective electrodes, including pH sensors and demonstrate the sensors.

16) We cover the modes of analysis including: amperometry, voltammetry, potentiometry, and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy.

17) We demonstrate the commercial application of voltammetry.

18) We discuss QMS and how it applies to wearable biosensors.

19) We discuss project management, large scale data collection and data analysis in biosensors programmes.

20) All attendees receive a certificate of attending

 

Only 30 places are available on this course.

2 Day CGM and Wearable Biosensor Workshop

Horten Norway 9   and  10 March  2023  - ZP Continuous Glucose Monitoring, IVD and Biosensor Workshop

2.500,00 €
Add to Cart
  • Available

A Certificate of Attendance will be provided at the end


Sat

17

Dec

2022

Design of Experiment (DoE) for biosensor and sensor developers

In this video section we describe the use of Djuli and its DoE functionality to help biosensor developers to rapidly develop and optimize biosensors.


Sat

17

Dec

2022

Solutions for Software/IoT Companies

ZP is a leading developer and manufacturer of electrochemical sensors, biosensors. Our technology stack includes sensor, electronics, connectivity, Cloud Computing and API strategy so you can bring the data to your cloud,


Sat

17

Dec

2022

Building a potentiostat from an Arduino

In this video segment we discuss how to build a potentiostat from an Arduino.


Sat

17

Dec

2022

Detection of: periodate, metaperiodate, periodic acid

In this video segment we discuss the detection and quantification of periodate in an industrial process.


Sat

17

Dec

2022

Detection of copper in environmental samples

In this video segment we discuss the detection of copper in an environmental sample, we discuss the LoD in this  particular study.


Fri

16

Dec

2022

Biosensors Workshop Grenoble 2023

Madelecs organised a ZP Biosensor Workshop, and we will be doing it all again in 2023. 

 

Register for our Grenoble 2023 Workshop.


Fri

16

Dec

2022

October 2023 - Grenoble France - ZP Continuous Glucose Monitoring and Wearables Biosensor Workshop

Introduction

Zimmer and Peacock are the World's leading ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of Continuous Monitoring  Glucose, Lactate and other Monitoring Technology and Wearable Biosensors.

 

In this workshop ZP will provide a technical introduction to CGM and other wearable biosensors, including: cortisol, lactate, purines and ketones. To augment the formal lectures ZP will also provide practical sessions where the attendees will construct biosensors and test biosensors.

Workshop Leader

The workshop will be lead by Dr Martin Peacock

Date and Time

Day One - 9:30 AM to 4 PM  - 04 October 2023

Day Two - 9:30 AM to 4 PM  - 05 October 2023


Venue

Location: 5 Av. Paul Verlaine  Grenoble France


Summary

Attendees can expect to:

 

1) Construct a continuous monitoring glucose sensor.

2) Test their continuous monitoring glucose sensor.

3) Construct a continuous monitoring oxygen sensor.

4) Test their continuous monitoring oxygen sensor.

5) Construct a continuous monitoring lactate sensor

6) Test their continuous monitoring lactate sensor.

7) Test a continuous purine sensor

8) Test a continuous cortisol sensor

9) Lean the theory of electrochemical continuous glucose monitoring sensor and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

10) Lean the theory of electrochemical continuous lactate  monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

11) Lean the theory of electrochemical continuous oxygen monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

12) Lean the theory of electrochemical ketone continuous monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

13) Lean the theory of electrochemical purine continuous monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

14) Lean the theory of electrochemical cortisol continuous monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

15) We cover ion-selective electrodes, including pH sensors and demonstrate the sensors.

16) We cover the modes of analysis including: amperometry, voltammetry, potentiometry, and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy.

17) We demonstrate the commercial application of voltammetry.

18) We discuss QMS and how it applies to wearable biosensors.

19) We discuss project management, large scale data collection and data analysis in biosensors programmes.

20) All attendees receive a certificate of attending

 

Only 30 places are available on this course.

Early Bird Registration - Ends 1 April 2023- 2 Day CGM and Wearable Biosensor Workshop
2.500,00 €
Add to Cart
  • Available

A Certificate of Attendance will be provided at the end


Fri

16

Dec

2022

Registration

Registration

ZP Annual Sensor and Biosensor Workshop , Conference and Expo - 2023

3.500,00 €
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  • Generally ships within 3-4 weeks

Fri

16

Dec

2022

Exhibitors

The exhibitors so far signed up include


Fri

16

Dec

2022

ZP A1 - Address

ZP A1 - Innlaget 230, 3185 Skoppum, Norway


Fri

16

Dec

2022

ZP Annual Sensor and Biosensor Workshop , Conference and Expo - 2023

Introduction

Zimmer and Peacock are the World's leading ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of Continuous Monitoring  Glucose, Lactate, Smart Bandages/Wound Care and other Monitoring Technology and Wearable Biosensors.

 

In our ZP Annual Biosensor Workshop, Conference and Expo 2023 we are hosting a 3 day event where we have a mix of:

 

1) Invited speakers from the World of Sensing and Electrochemical Biosensing and Commercialization

 

2) ZP speakers on all aspects of biosensing from: fundamentals of electrochemistry, Quality Management Systems, data science, product development, design for manufacturing, economics and time lines to get to market

 

3) Exhibition running through out

 

4) Practical workshops

 

Workshop content

 

1) Construct a continuous monitoring glucose sensor.

2) Test their continuous monitoring glucose sensor.

3) Construct a continuous monitoring oxygen sensor.

4) Test their continuous monitoring oxygen sensor.

5) Construct a continuous monitoring lactate sensor

6) Test their continuous monitoring lactate sensor.

7) Test a continuous pH sensor

8) Test a continuous cortisol sensor

9) Lean the theory of electrochemical continuous glucose monitoring sensor and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

10) Lean the theory of electrochemical continuous lactate  monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

11) Lean the theory of electrochemical continuous oxygen monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

12) Lean the theory of electrochemical ketone continuous monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

13) Lean the theory of electrochemical purine continuous monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

14) Lean the theory of electrochemical cortisol continuous monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

15) We cover ion-selective electrodes, including pH sensors and demonstrate the sensors.

16) We cover the modes of analysis including: amperometry, voltammetry, potentiometry, and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy.

17) We demonstrate the commercial application of voltammetry.

18) We discuss QMS and how it applies to wearable biosensors.

19) We discuss project management, large scale data collection and data analysis in biosensors programmes.

20) All attendees receive a certificate of attending

 


Mon

12

Dec

2022

ZP Developers Zone 8 AM London 22 December 2022

A weekly webinar from ZP, please note the webinar is recorded so no need to watch live.

Sat

10

Dec

2022

Translating Lateral Flow Strips to Electrochemical Biosensors

ZP is a leading contract developer and manufacturer of wearable biosensors and IVDs. In the adjacent video we discuss how to translate a lateral flow strip assay to an electrochemical biosensor. 


Sat

10

Dec

2022

Translating Science and Crossing the Chasm of Death

ZP is a leading contract developer and manufacturer of wearable biosensors and IVDs. In the adjacent video we discuss the translation of science from academia into products.


Sat

10

Dec

2022

ZP @Giant Health Tech

ZP attended the Giant Health Tech this week. ZP is the leading ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of electrochemical biosensors.


Sat

10

Dec

2022

ZP Biosensor Workshops

Zimmer and Peacock offers a unique hands-on biosensor workshops. These workshops can be public and private.


Sat

10

Dec

2022

ZP - Workshop Package for ZP Distributor Partners

Zimmer and Peacock are able to provide workshops around the Globe, where we are able to provide course material, equipment, test solutions, biosensors and certificates of attendance.

1 Day Package

1 day workshop from ZP

6.500,00 €
Add to Cart
  • Available
  • Generally ships within 3-4 weeks

Fri

09

Dec

2022

ZP Developers Zone 8 AM London 15 December 2022

A weekly webinar from ZP, please note the webinar is recorded so no need to watch live.

Sun

04

Dec

2022

Rapid development of IVDs and microfluidics using 3D printing

ZP is able to develop IVDs through our use of 3D printing to quickly build and iterate microfluidics.


Sun

04

Dec

2022

Electrode Geometry - Screen Printed Electrodes - Round versus Rectangular

Zimmer and Peacock are the world's biggest ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of electrochemical biosensors, including screen printed electrodes, in this video we discuss circular electrodes versus rectangular electrodes.


Sun

04

Dec

2022

ZP Developers Zone 8 AM London 8 December 2022

A weekly webinar from ZP, please note the webinar is recorded so no need to watch live.

Sat

03

Dec

2022

Horten Norway 8 and 9 Feb 2023 - ZP Continuous Glucose Monitoring and Wearables Biosensor Workshop

Introduction

Zimmer and Peacock are the World's leading ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of Continuous Monitoring  Glucose, Lactate, Smart Bandages/Wound Care and other Monitoring Technology and Wearable Biosensors.

 

In this workshop ZP will provide a technical introduction to CGM and other wearable biosensors, including: pH, glucose, oxygen lactate etc. To augment the formal lectures ZP will also provide practical sessions where the attendees will construct biosensors and test biosensors.

Workshop Leader

The workshop will be lead by Dr Martin Peacock

Date and Time

Day One - 9:30 AM to 4 PM  - 8 February 2023

 

Day Two - 9:30 AM to 4 PM  - 9 February 2023


Venue

The workshop will be held in ZP's state of the art manufacturing facility, which is equipped with a state of the art lecture theatre.

 

Location: Zimmer and Peacock Horten, Vestfold, Norway.


Summary

Attendees can expect to:

 

1) Construct a continuous monitoring glucose sensor.

2) Test their continuous monitoring glucose sensor.

3) Construct a continuous monitoring oxygen sensor.

4) Test their continuous monitoring oxygen sensor.

5) Construct a continuous monitoring lactate sensor

6) Test their continuous monitoring lactate sensor.

7) Test a continuous pH sensor

8) Test a continuous cortisol sensor

9) Lean the theory of electrochemical continuous glucose monitoring sensor and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

10) Lean the theory of electrochemical continuous lactate  monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

11) Lean the theory of electrochemical continuous oxygen monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

12) Lean the theory of electrochemical ketone continuous monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

13) Lean the theory of electrochemical purine continuous monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

14) Lean the theory of electrochemical cortisol continuous monitoring and have the connection between theory and practise clearly explained.

15) We cover ion-selective electrodes, including pH sensors and demonstrate the sensors.

16) We cover the modes of analysis including: amperometry, voltammetry, potentiometry, and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy.

17) We demonstrate the commercial application of voltammetry.

18) We discuss QMS and how it applies to wearable biosensors.

19) We discuss project management, large scale data collection and data analysis in biosensors programmes.

20) All attendees receive a certificate of attending

 

Only 30 places are available on this course.

2 Day CGM and Wearable Biosensor Workshop
2.500,00 €
Add to Cart
  • Available

A Certificate of Attendance will be provided at the end


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Fri

25

Nov

2022

Electrochemical Biosensor and IVD Workshop - 26 January Swansea UK

Introduction

Zimmer and Peacock are the World's leading ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of electrochemical biosensors and in-vitro diagnostics (IVDs).

 

In this workshop ZP will provide a technical introduction to electroanalytical techniques and their application to biosensors, IVDs, Point-of-Care (PoC), Point-of-need Applications.

 

Included in the workshop will also be a focus on the regulatory pathway for bringing medical diagnostics to market, and an analysis of the cost to bring an IVD (in-vitro diagnostic to market).

 

The trainers will adjust the delivery of the workshop content based on the backgrounds of the delegates.

Workshop Leader

The workshop will be lead by Martin Peacock PhD and Ms Neeti Viswanathan MSc

Date and Time

Day One - 9:30 AM to 4 PM  - 26 January 2023

Venue

Location: Institute of Life Sciences 2, Swansea University, Swansea, SA2 8PP


Summary

Attendees can expect to receive hands on training and fabricate and test a biosensor, contents include:

 

1) Introduction to Electrochemistry, Electroanalytical Techniques, Electrochemical Biosensors and, POC and IVDs

 

2) Deeper Dive into: amperometric techniques, voltammetry techniques, potentiometric techniques, non-Faradaic electrochemical impedance spectroscopy,  and Faradaic electrochemical impedance spectroscopy

 

3) Hands on amperometric experiment

 

4) Hands on voltammetry experiment

 

5) Hands on potentiometric experiment

 

6) Deep dive on the documentation and regulatory process for diagnostics approval

 

7) We use several case studies to illustrate the cost to bring a medical diagnostic to the market.

 

8) We discuss project management, large scale data collection and data analysis in biosensors programmes.

 

9) We discuss and demonstrate the detection of ions, small molecules, proteins, viruses, RNA, DNA using: ionophores, enzymes, antibodies, aptamers, receptors etc.

 

10) All attendees receive a certificate of attending

 

Only 30 places are available on this course.

1 Day Swansea IVD and Regulatory Workshop

A 1 day biosensor and IVD Workshop Swansea 26 January 2023

950,00 €
Add to Cart
  • Available

A Certificate of Attendance will be provided at the end


Fri

25

Nov

2022

Booking a 20 minute demo/training

Welcome to the technical demo/training booking page for an online training and demo from ZP on the use of FoodSense for ChilliTesting.

 

Please note that the FoodSense is intended for business use and is not a consumer electronics product.

 

Below is a calendar that allows you to look at our calendar and choose an appointment, and book your appointment.


Fri

25

Nov

2022

Finding ZP Ltd in Coventry

ZP Ltd in Coventry is at: University of Warwick, Science Park, Unit 4B, Vanguard Centre, Coventry CV4 7EZ

Parking outside the building


Fri

25

Nov

2022

ZP Developers Zone 8 AM London 1 December 2022

A weekly webinar from ZP, please note the webinar is recorded so no need to watch live.

Thu

24

Nov

2022

Biosensor Workshop at IIT Bombay

Zimmer and Peacock were honoured to be hosted at IIT Bombay this week to give our Biosensors Workshop. Thank you to Technando for organizing.


Wed

23

Nov

2022

Single Purpose Biosensor Circuit Data Sheet

The Single Purpose Biosensor Circuit is a dual channel OEM potentiostat designed for integrating electrochemical measurement capability to products. The intention of these electronics is that OEM/Embedded Switchable Single Purpose Circuit from ZP is for users to embed the device within their product, and to avoid the entire process of design-realise-refine cycle necessary for normally building analogue circuits/electronics for electrochemical biosensors.

Single Purpose Biosensor Circuit
REC-1132 Single Purpose Biosensor Circui
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Nov

2022

10 Jan 2023 - Online workshop for: Biosensors, IVDs and Wearable Biosensors


 

Introduction

Zimmer and Peacock are the World's leading ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of electrochemical IVDs, wearable biosensors and biosensors. 

 

This workshop will be entirely online, though the experiments and lectures  will be delivered in real time from the ZP Studio.

Content

 

Introduction to wearable electrochemical biosensors, including continuous glucose monitoring.

Introduction to electrochemical in-vitro diagnostics.

Introduction to electroanalytical techniques for biosensor developers.

Demonstration of generation one glucose sensor , oxygen sensor, generation two lactate sensor.

Demonstration of amperometry, voltammetry, potentiometry (pH).

Demonstration of electrochemical impedance spectroscopy.

 

Workshop Leader

 

The workshop will be lead by Dr Martin Peacock.

 

Venue

Online

 

Date

10 January 2023

 

Time

We are hosting three live streaming webinars on the 10 January 2023 to cover global time zones.  Each webinar is 3 hours, with a short 15 minute break in the middle, but otherwise filled with content, knowledge and live demos. Please register for the workshop most appropriate to your time zone by clicking the add to cart option below.

3 hour electrochemical biosensor workshop (start time 12 PM New Delhi)

Start time 12 PM New Delhi India

225,00 €
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3 hour electrochemical biosensor workshop (start time 12 PM Berlin Germany)

Start time 12 PM Berlin Germany

225,00 €
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3 hour electrochemical biosensor workshop (start time 12 PM New York, 9 AM San Francisco)

Start time 12 PM New York, 9 AM San Francisco

225,00 €
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Tue

22

Nov

2022

ZP Developers Zone 8 AM London 24 November 2022

Sun

20

Nov

2022

ZP Biosensor Workshops in India

Zimmer and Peacock is the world's leading ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of electrochemical biosensors and IVDS.

 

As part of our complete contract services in biosensing and IVDs, we are in India this week holding two workshops.


Sat

19

Nov

2022

Sensors for water sanitation

Water sterilization and sanitation is an important technology for human and public health. In this video we discuss how water sterilization through the dissolution of NaDCC (Sodium Dichloroisocyanurate) to form free chlorine/hypochlorous acid can be monitored using sensor technology from ZP.


Sat

19

Nov

2022

ZP Newsletter November 2022 Contents Page

Welcome to the ZP Newsletter November 2022.

Workshops

A new service from ZP in 2022 are our live workshops, click the adjacent button to see our remaining workshops in 2022, in: Horten, Coventry and Grenoble.

 

Biosensors

Our list of biosensors has increased please click the adjacent button to see the extended list.

 

Videos

Click the adjacent video button to see some curated videos on:

 

  • Cloud Computing for Biosensors
  • Wearable Biosensors and Continuous Glucose Monitoring
  • Electrochemical in-vitro diagnostics 
  • Food Analysis

Sat

19

Nov

2022

ZP Newsletter November 2022 Bitesize videos

In this news letter we have tried to condense updates from ZP and news from the world of biosensing and IVD into one page.

 

Djuli - Cloud Computing

On this page we have embedded some videos for Djuli. Djuli is a Cloud database from ZP for the uploading, storage, analysis and sharing for biosensor, sensor and electroanalytical data. The videos below cover both Djuli at a high level, but also some of the very specific functionality, such as the Universal Data Converter, which can take data from third party instruments and convert it into xlsx, txt and csv files. Djuli 

 

Wearable Biosensors and Continuous Glucose Monitoring

Zimmer and Peacock is a world leading contract developer and manufacturer of wearable electrochemical biosensors, including continuous glucose monitoring, in the video we discuss our platform for generating a minimally viable product (MVP).

 

Electrochemical In-vitro Diagnostics

Below we discuss a platform for rapidly developing an electrochemical assay MVP and the cost to bring an IVDs to market.

 

Food analysis

ZP has taken the concepts of rapid diagnostic testing to the world of food testing, through our FoodSense platform.

 


Fri

18

Nov

2022

Medical Summary 2022

Thank you for talking to ZP at Medica.

 

ZP is a leading ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of electrochemical biosensors, wearable biosensors and IVDs.

 

Our sensing capability range from: ions, molecules, proteins, viruses and bacteria. ZP has a technology stack which includes: sensors, electronics, connectivity to the Cloud, Cloud analytics and an Application Programming Interface Strategy to port the biosensor information across to clients' Cloud solutions.

if you have any questions of ZP please don't hesitate to reach out to us.


Thu

17

Nov

2022

ZP promoting biosensors at Imperial

ZP were delighted to be at the Biomedical Careers Fair at Imperial University this week.

 

ZP is the UK's largest contract developer and manufacturer of electrochemical biosensors and IVDs and so we were delighted to be at the show.

Tue

15

Nov

2022

Day 2 Medica Hall 12 Booth 12D33

ZP will be in Hall 12 Booth 12D33 today at Medica come and see us.


Fri

11

Nov

2022

ZP Practical Biosensor and IVDs workshops

ZP holds the most practical and interactive  wearable biosensor and IVD workshops for those interested in the science, engineering and commercial landscape of the technology.

 

Every one who attends our workshop gets to make and test a biosensor and take it home.


Thu

10

Nov

2022

ZP @USCD Sensor Summit with Professor Joseph Wang

ZP is the World's leading contract ISO13485 developer and manufacturer of electrochemical biosensors and sensors, and so we were delighted to be at the UCSD Sensor Summit 2022 with Professor Joseph Wang.


Wed

09

Nov

2022

ZP Developers Zone 8 AM London 17 November 2022

Wed

09

Nov

2022

ZP @ UK Sensor Network Workshop

ZP is the UK's largest contract developer and manufacturer of electrochemical biosensors and IVDs, and provides a unique bridge between academic output and industrial feasibility. 

 

The week ZP attended the UK Sensor Network Workshop steering committee around sensors, where we were able to give a unique perspective as we understand both the needs of academia and industry.


Wed

09

Nov

2022

Measuring Lactate in Sweat

Measuring lactate in sweat is of interest to many applications, including sepsis and monitoring performance of athletes.

 

In this video we describe how the ZP technologies can be brought together to form a prototype MVP to measure lactate in sweat.

 

If you have any questions regarding the measurement of lactate in sweat please don't hesitate to reach out to ZP.


Tue

08

Nov

2022

Converting PSsession Files to xlsx csv and txt files

The software from PalmSens is great for collecting data, but there are many excellent data visualisation and data processing services, including Djuli.

 

In this video ZP shows you how to convert pssession files to xlsx, csv and txt files.


Mon

07

Nov

2022

Intellectual Property and Large Corporations

ZP works on small programs with larger corporate clients by opening   up budget blocks  of 111 hours, and working through them.  The 111 hours is a time and materials effort, and so ZP remains flexible and we are able to adapt during the beginning, middle and near the end of the programme to shift the effort during the programme based on commercial needs and findings and outcomes during the programme.  

 

If the client requires an upfront programme plan with an input of ideas from ZP, before committing to a programme then the potential client should consider a micro and/or mini budget.

 

Work performed by ZP in planning or creating  scientific input that is performed on ZP’s budget is reasonably assumed to be ZP’s property and so unpaid work is ZP's property w creates ZP’s background IP.

 

Requesting unpaid effort from ZP creates a situation where ZP is creating Intellectual Property and Inventions, that would belong to ZP. This could hinder the potential client from commissioning the same work from internal partners or external third parties as they could be exploiting the intellectual property of ZP.

 

It is more prudent when requesting plans and intellectual scientific input from ZP to commission ZP for the work, so that the output counts as foreground IP, and then the client has a financial basis upon which to make a clean claim upon such work and ideas. 

  

The financial risk of clients can be controlled through commissioning blocks of work in line with the buttons below.

 


Mon

07

Nov

2022

ZP Developers Zone 10 October 2022

A weekly webinar for members of our ZP Developers Zone, this week we discusses. Question One – Screen printed electrodes Question Two – Measuring lactate in the sweat


Sun

06

Nov

2022

Printed Wearable Sensors for Sports and Athletic Performance

ZP is the leading ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of wearable sensors and biosensors, from: glucose, lactate, potassium, sodium, chloride, hydration etc  ZP is unique in that what we develop for our clients is designed for manufacture.

 

On December 2 2022 ZP will be talking at TechBlick on 'Printed Wearable Sensors for Sports and Athletic Performance', click the button below to register for this free event.


Sun

06

Nov

2022

WASH - Water Sanitation and Hygiene

Clean drinking-water, sanitation and hygiene are critical to health and well-being. WASH is  a requisite to health, and contributes to livelihoods, school attendance and dignity and helps to create communities living in safe environments.

Zimmer and Peacock has the worlds widest range of electrochemical sensors and biosensors able to measure analytes in water, including: pesticides, heavy metals and markers for water quality.

 

1) Partnering with us through one of our off the shelf solutions.

 

2) Contracting with us to develop and manufacture a bespoke sensor.

 

Below we link to the sensors and electronics appropriate to developers of water quality monitoring applications.

 

The sensors in the ZP biosensor range applicable in water quality applications include: conductivity/salinity, sodium, potassium, phosphate, ammonium, calcium, pH, chloride and oxygen.  If you can't see the sensor you are looking for please don't hesitate to contact us.





Sat

05

Nov

2022

ZP launches - ZP Consulting

ZP is a leading team of technical and commercial experts, we are now bringing our team's expertise to wider client needs.


Fri

04

Nov

2022

Detection of Mycotoxins

Mycotoxins are problematic in food production and storage, on this page we highlight a technology from ZP capable of detecting mycotoxins: Aflatoxin B1, Ochratoxin A, Deoxynivalenol, Fumonisin B1, Zearalenone.


Sat

29

Oct

2022

Detection of periodate/metaperiodate

In the printing industry screens and stencils are widely used. It is sometimes necessary to remove the stencil from the mesh so that the sceen can be reclaimed and re-used; to do so involves the removal of resin through the chemical oxidation of covalent chemical bonds that were first formed during the UV curing of the resin stencil/image onto the mesh.

 

A  common chemical used in screen cleaning is a solution of sodium metaperiodate. Controlling the concentration of these periodates in the mesh reclaiming process is traditional quite difficult, and relies on the experience of the operators.

 

ZP has solved the issue of periodate control during the mesh reclaiming process with our Spectrum Sensing technology, which can detect and quantify the periodate in the wash solution and this information can be used by the operator to determine whether to add more cleaning material.


Fri

28

Oct

2022

Bespoke Electrode

Please print out the image below and sketch in your design and then send back to ZP, via the email that brought you here.

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Tue

25

Oct

2022

ZP's interior design skills and build

Zimmer and Peacock's talented team doesn't stop with biosensors, as part of our Made in Horten efforts the ZP engineers built the ZP stand - well done team.


Tue

25

Oct

2022

Bench Fees - Zimmer and Peacock

Zimmer and Peacock are able to receive visiting companies and academics and collaborators.

 

For those who need to use the tools, facilities and labs at ZP we have a bench fee. Please see adjacent button

Bench Fees - Zimmer and Peacock

This fee is for bench fees at ZP

500,00 €
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Fri

21

Oct

2022

Biosensors in Aquaculture

ZP is the leading ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of electrochemical biosensors and IVDs, as part of our technology stack ZP has biosensors for aquaculture.


Fri

21

Oct

2022

ZP @ Made in Horten

Zimmer and Peacock is an ISO13485 consultancy, developer and manufacturer with offices and facilities in Horten Norway. This week we had an open day where we welcomed visitors to our facilities.


Thu

20

Oct

2022

Generation One, Two and Three Glucose Sensors

ZP is a leading ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of electrochemical biosensors and IVDs; as part of our suite of technologies we have a number of glucose sensors and formulations including form factors suitable for CGM and glucose strip applications.

 

In the adjacent image we illustrate the current three generations of electrochemical glucose biosensing technology:

 

1) Generation One - In a Generation One Glucose Sensor the enzyme is generally mediated by its natural co-factor, for example oxygen. Generation One as the name suggests was the first glucose sensing technology.

 

2) Generation Two -  In a Generation Two Glucose Sensor the enzyme is mediated by a redox molecule that is not necessarily its natural co-factor. These molecules are often organo-metallic in nature. A majority of glucose strips at the time of writing are Generation Two technologies

 

3) Generation Three - In a Generation Three Glucose Sensor the enzyme is able to perform an electron transfer directly with the electrode. At the time of writing there are no Generation Three Glucose Sensors on the market. This maybe in part because though the technology may offer an interesting Intellectual Property position, it's technical advantage in a glucose strip application relative to a Generation Two sensor are limited. 


Thu

20

Oct

2022

Generation One and Generation Two Glucose Sensors

ZP is a leading ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of electrochemical biosensors and IVDs; as part of our suite of technologies we have a number of glucose sensors, including form factors suitable for CGM


Thu

20

Oct

2022

Sensors for pesticides, hormones and antibiotics

Zimmer and Peacock has a very versatile sensing platform, some of the technologies in our platform include: Spectrum Sensors and SenseItAll. In this adjacent video we discuss the use of our platform for pesticide (glyphosphate), hormone and antibody detection.

 

Please know that ZP has an Application Programme Interface policy and so business and entrepreneurs can develop upon our platform.


Thu

20

Oct

2022

Electrochemical sensors to detect inflammatory factors (IL-6, TNF- α,IFN- γ)

This week we discussed wearable sensors for inflammatory markers including - Electrochemical sensors to detect inflammatory factors (IL-6, TNF- α,IFN- γ.


Thu

20

Oct

2022

Calibrating a ZP glucose sensor/biosensor

Zimmer and Peacock are the leading ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of CGM (continuous glucose monitoring), glucose sensors. In the adjacent video we discuss how to calibrate these sensors.


Tue

18

Oct

2022

ZP Mechanical Engineering

ZP is a leading ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of electrochemical biosensors and IVDs, as part our total service offering we have a very strong electromechanical group. In the adjacent images our mechanical engineers are supporting around our screen printed electrodes, biosensors and IVDs.


Mon

17

Oct

2022

Plaato

ZP is delighted to  meet and greet with Plaato. Plaato is an exciting start-up in Norway focusing on IoT solutions in the brewing industry.


Sat

15

Oct

2022

Procalcitonin aptamer biosensor

Zimmer and Peacock is a leading supplier of gold screen printed electrodes, in a recent collaboration with Swansea University ZP's gold 303 electrodes were functionalized with an aptamer designed to be specific to procalcitonin. 


Sat

15

Oct

2022

Rapid Analysis of Whisky/Whiskey

On this page we discuss the rapid analysis of whiskey, and how the Spectrum Sensor and the SenseItAll technologies from ZP can quickly finger print, analyse and authenticate a whiskey, and can be used to quantify analytes in the whiskey.


Sat

15

Oct

2022

Java and SQL at ZP

Zimmer and Peacock are an ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of electrochemical biosensors. As part of our systems and IT infrastructure we are of course expert in Java and SQL, as we need to generate data, store data and retrieve data.


Wed

12

Oct

2022

Contact form CDT Sensors Day


Tue

11

Oct

2022

Biosensors and IVDs for haematology, blood analytes and the detection of the presence of blood

ZP is an ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of electrochemical biosensors and IVDs, including applications in haematology and detection of analytes in blood.

 

In addition to the characterization of blood and the analytes in blood ZP is able to detect blood itself, which can help in applications such as wound healing, contamination detection etc.

The beautiful aspect of ZP's technology is that we can detect and confirm the presence of blood.



Sat

08

Oct

2022

Silver/Silver Chloride for MEMS devices

At the time of writing this quick note ZP is actively functionalizing a MEMS device with silver/silver chloride. ZP is unusual as our MEMS group does understand that most foundries don't like exotic materials like: platinum, silver, silver chloride hafnium oxide etc in their facilities. ZP is able to deal with these normal restrictions.

 

Please click the MEMS below to see our services.


Fri

07

Oct

2022

CGM sensing system for non-human applications

ZP has completed an entire biosensing system from biosensor, to power, to electronics, to data transmission - all in a liquid tight package.


The total biosensing system can provide an immediate accelerator to non-human studies. For those who want to kickstart their non-human studies then please consider our Starter Pack.

ZP has a total sensor system for those wishing to perform a non-human study. In the pack are:

 

  • 5 x CGM systems.
  • A base station for the data streaming to the Cloud.
  • A Djuli Cloud License
Glucose Sensing System
  • 5 x CGM system
  • A base station for the data streaming to the Cloud.
  • A Djuli Cloud License
100.000,00 €
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For technical support around this product please purchase Technical Support.


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Thu

06

Oct

2022

Proof of principle (POP) manufacturing study

A proof of principle (POP) manufacturing  study at ZP is a short programme, typically about 111 hours of effort where ZP takes the work and understanding already with our collaborators and translates it onto our ZP sensor/biosensor manufacturing platform.

 

The purpose of the work is to bring the work from its current status and move it onto a platform that ZP sees can be manufactured within our ISO13485 facility. The client and ZP are not obliged to perform later phases after this POP phase.

  

The understanding that the client has regarding their electrochemical assay or biosensor, this can include:

 

1) Practical work already undertaken.

 

2) Academic papers from the literature.

 

3) Patents licensed/owned by the collaborator.


Please note that ZP is ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of electrochemical biosensors and sensors, at the heart of ZP is data and data analytics for information; this is all handled through our proprietary Cloud System Djuli.


The stages in a proof of principle programme

The effort in a ZP proof of principle programme manufacturing study  (PoP) is a time and materials effort and ZP will work within the constraints of the budget of approximately 111 hours.

 

In a POP programme ZP will:

 

1) STEP ONE - Perform a tech transfer or discussion with the client to understand the status of the technology and learn all the tips, tricks and anecdotes that the client can give to make ZP's efforts as efficient as possible.

 

2) STEP TWO - ZP will suggest one or more first small pieces of work within the POP, which we will discuss with the client before proceeding. These suggestions are based on where the technology is today and where does the technology need to be in terms of the market/clinical  requirements. ZP will work through the work to see which of the ideas both works and is commercially viable. The number of ideas worked upon is constrained by the budget.

 

3) STEP THREE - ZP will give  online update meetings where we will give a presentation on the work done and the results so far. ZP is happy to receive comments and feedback from the clients.

 

Please note that ZP will build a presentation for the client as we work, in addition ZP can produce reports, procedures etc. All work can be done within the constraints of the budget.

Proof of principle manufacturing study - ZP

Please note that all consumables, chemicals, 3rd party cost services and materials etc required to deliver on the programme are charged at cost plus 15 %

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For those developing an IVD click the adjacent button to read a discussion getting to market.


Wed

05

Oct

2022

Potted Sensor Modules and Meshed Sensor Network - Starter Kit

The ZP Potted Sensor Modules and Meshed Sensor Network are intended for applications where ZP sensors are expected to be in an industrial or outdoors application.


ZP can pot our sensors to make them more robust for challenging applications. These sensor modules are available for pH, nitrate, conductivity etc. See button below.

Sensor Module

Sensor Module


Sensor base station - the sensor base station wirelessly connects to multiple  electronics and your wifi and brings the data to the Cloud, via this bridge.

Sensor Electronics Module - Each  sensor electronics module can run 15 identical sensors, for example 15 x oxygen sensors, 15 x pH sensors, 15 x nitrate sensors


Starter Kit

1 x sensors base station

2 x sensor electronics modules

7 x identical sensors (eg. nitrogen, pH, oxygen etc)

1 x license to Djuli for 1 year.

 

7.500,00 €
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  • Generally ships within 3-4 weeks

Djuli is a proprietary Cloud database from ZP that receives, stores and analyses ZP sensor  data.


Tue

04

Oct

2022

ZP license to use ZP Sensors for R and D

The sensors from ZP offer an acceleration in any development and commercialisation effort. The sensors sold on the ZP website are not intended for inclusion into products or to be used outside of an R and D effort, they are purely for non-animal, non-human use etc. If you are in doubt please contact ZP.

 

Along with your purchase of the ZP sensors you will also require a discretionary license from ZP so that you can use the sensors in your R and D effort.

R and D license to use ZP sensors
20.000,00 €
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Mon

03

Oct

2022

Multiple measurements on the same sample/analyte to improve accuracy and precision

ZP is an ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of sensor and biosensor technologies for our clients.

 

Two of the parameters that are of course interesting to our clients is the accuracy and precision of a measurement.  The advantage of working with ZP is that we have multiple ways of addressing that question. 

 

One way of increasing accuracy and precision is to measure the sample with multiple sensors. In the adjacent image the ZP technology stack is able to make multiple measurements on multiple analytes, or in this example multiple pH measurements on the same sample.

 

What the ZP technology allows is to improve the accuracy and precession by making multiple measurements on the same sample, and in the most simple data model average the data, but of course Djuli can perform much more sophisticated treatment of the data including the rejection of outliers.

 

In a recent study ZP made multiple pH measurements on the same sample and the hardware automatically sent the raw data to Djuli,  this immediately answered the question, 'where is the data', as it was in the Djuli Cloud, where it was stored, analysed and from where it could be shared.



Sat

01

Oct

2022

Electrochemical Biosensor and IVD Workshop - 8 December Coventry UK

Introduction

Zimmer and Peacock are the World's leading ISO13485 contract developer and manufacturer of electrochemical biosensors and in-vitro diagnostics (IVDs).

 

In this workshop ZP will provide a technical introduction to electrochemistry, electroanalytical techniques and their application to biosensors, IVDs, Point-of-Care (PoC), Point-of-need Applications. The trainers adjust the delivery of the workshop content based on the backgrounds of the delegates.


Workshop Leader

The workshop will be lead by Dr Martin Peacock

Date and Time

Day One - 9:30 AM to 4 PM  - 8 December 2022


Venue

Location: University of Warwick, Science Park, Unit 4B, Vanguard Centre, Coventry CV4 7EZ


Summary

Attendees can expect to receive the theory, and to go into the lab and do their own experiments and make their own sensors. All experiments and learning will be in the context of electrochemical biosensors and IVDs.

 

1) Introduction to Electrochemistry, Electroanalytical Techniques, Electrochemical Biosensors and, POC and IVDs

 

2) Deeper Dive into: amperometric techniques, voltammetry techniques, potentiometric techniques, non-Faradaic electrochemical impedance spectroscopy,  and Faradaic electrochemical impedance spectroscopy

 

3) Hands on amperometric experiment

 

4) Hands on voltammetry experiment

 

5) Hands on potentiometric experiment

 

6) We discuss project management, large scale data collection and data analysis in biosensors programmes.

 

7) We discuss and demonstrate the detection of ions, small molecules, proteins, viruses, RNA, DNA using: ionophores, enzymes, antibodies, aptamers, receptors etc.

 

8) All attendees receive a certificate of attending

 

Only 30 places are available on this course.

1 Day Coventry Biosensor and IVD Workshop

A 1 day biosensor and IVD Workshop Coventry 8 December 2022.

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A Certificate of Attendance will be provided at the end