Making the Invisible Visible.


ASI partner in a product development project with Davinci, Q-Tec and TWI

ASI is partner in a product development project together with Davinci, Q-tech and TWI Ltd. These partners will develop a multi-mode sniffer device for real-time detection of chemical compounds contained in CBRN-E substances. This will enable high throughput screening of soft targets such as vehicles, people and their personal effects. The “DVLS-QT-MS” minature mass spectrometer will be th...

ASI participates in EU awarded ITN project: OMA

The EU awarded a H2020 “Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks” (ITN) grant for the Optimization of Medical Accelerators (OMA) to a consortium consisting of 14 universities, research institutes and companies. The consortium is lead by Prof. Dr. Carsten WELSCH from the University of Liverpool that inspired the consortium to reach this “dream result”. This H2020 grant will allo...

Determination of pharmaceutical compounds using an ASI detector

The group from Prof. Dr. J.P. Abrahams from Leiden University published their research on the determination of organic pharmaceutical compounds using a Timepix quantum area detector developed by ASI. This study has been noted in the research news of International Union of Crystallography on the 26th of February. The following message is adapted from their news item: Reliable information about the...