February 8, 2016, Boulder, CO – Dr. Claudio Denoya, Senior Scientist at Particle Measuring Systems (PMS), was recently appointed to the Modern Microbiology Methods Expert Panel of the United States Pharmacopoeia (USP) in an advisory role. The panel will make recommendations for a new USP Chapter to support changes in knowledge and technology in the microbiology industry.
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NEW MICROBIAL TESTING TECHNOLOGY FOR CLEANROOMS ANNOUNCED BY MOCON, PARTICLE MEASURING SYSTEMS
Minneapolis (February 3, 2016) – Cleanroom operators will now be able to detect the presence of extremely low levels of microbial cells on surfaces much faster than traditional solutions. The capability is a result of a global marketing agreement between MOCON, Inc. (NASDAQ: MOCO) and Particle Measuring Systems (PMS).
Dr. Claudio Denoya, Senior Applications Scientist, Life Sciences Division, at Particle Measuring Systems, has been selected to present at INTERPHEX 2016. His paper, “Eliminating False Positives in Active Air Microbiological Environmental Monitoring: A Sterile Single-Use Impactor with an Integrated Agar Media Plate,” summarizes the validation and use of an innovative single-use impactor holding an integrated agar culture media plate.
Particle Measuring Systems recently brought together a panel of our particle counting experts to provide Taiwan industry leaders with a new approach for solving their microcontamination monitoring application issues. The workshop was called “Recent Measurement and Challenges in Nanoparticle Monitoring for Chemicals.” It was very well attended and provided our customers with the expert support they needed to solve their contamination problems.
A New Rapid Microbiology Method based on Measuring Oxygen Depletion: An Assay for Testing Surfaces of Equipment, Facilities, and Personnel in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Controlled Environments
Accredited calibrations for select products can now be conducted at the corporate headquarters with the latest international standard.