Digitally Simplified Bioprocessing

Connecting Online Optical Sensors with Real-Time Data Analytics to Redefine Your Process from Lab to Production Floor

Digitally Simplified Bioprocessing

Connecting Online Optical Sensors with Real-Time Data Analytics to Redefine Your Process from Lab to Production Floor

Bioprocessing without the Guesswork

Biomass, pH, and Dissolved Oxygen Sensors For Cell Culture And Microbial Fermentation and Automated Feeding

Scientific Bioprocessing (SBI) is dedicated to developing cutting-edge digital technologies (e.g., sensors, actuators and software) that simplify bioprocessing activities. Say goodbye to under-sampled and black box cultures and hello to real-time, non-invasive, automated, and online sensing. Our solutions feature sensors and software that:
  • Generate high-resolution growth curves in real time to provide you with actionable insights.
  • Save you hours of manual, hands-on time required for alternative offline approaches.
  • Enable you to use nights or weekends for growth experiments.

Trusted by Labs and Universities Across the Globe...

"The CGQ provided accurate growth curves with very dense sampling intervals and gave us the opportunity to identify differenes in growth behaviors."

- Prof. Dr. Lars Blank (RWTH Aachen)
"The backscatter data we gathered here with the CGQ system clearly shows a match with another growth characterisation parameter, in this case with the oxygen transfer rate (OTR)."

- Frédéric Lapierre (HS München)
"The CGQ BioR system provides precise growth curves with a very dense sampling interval, freeing my team for tasks with higher added value"

- Dipl. Ing. Andreas Hoffman (Technical University Dresden)

Who We Are

Today, SBI is a collective of scientists and engineers committed to making intelligent, dynamic scientific instruments that monitor essential parameters in bioprocessing. Our job is to power your scientific audacity. For every experiment, every day.

 

Who We Are

Today, SBI is a collective of scientists and engineers committed to making intelligent, dynamic scientific instruments that monitor essential parameters in bioprocessing. Our job is to power your scientific audacity. For every experiment, every day.

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Biomass Monitoring in microbial fermentation — a 360-degree view

Biomass concentration is defined as the concentration of microbial cells in a culture at a given point in time. Biomass monitoring follows the development of the cell concentration over time and characterizes the growth of the cultivated microorganism.

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