We’re Looking for a Commercial Officer

Commercialisation Officer Since the beginning of the industrial revolution the ocean has become increasingly more acidic due to uptake of atmospheric CO2. Highly spatial and temporal monitoring of pH is becoming more and more important for ocean health. pH is the number one chemical measurement taken in industry and ANB Read more…

ANB Sensors adds to its ever expanding IP portfolio by securing a licensing deal for Oxford Universities alternative approach to solid-state pH sensing

Oxford University Innovation licenses pH sensing technology to ANB Sensors. A novel carbon-based electrode, which is electrochemically optimised to perform pH measurements over a wide range, is the subject of a new licensing deal between Oxford University Innovation (OUI), the research commercialisation arm of Oxford University, and electrochemical sensor developer Read more…

A Video Introduction to ANB

Technical Intro Video Our CEO Dr Nathan Lawrence put together a brief video for the forthcoming Oceanology Conference. It explains the technology behind our revolutionary calibration free solid state sensor.

Belfast Queens University Visit July 2019

On 9th July two representatives from ANB Sensors visited Queens University, Belfast to carry out an initial trial of the pH sensor in real rumen fluid. The pH sensor in development is based on electrochemical measurements at two different working electrodes. The first working electrode measures the pH and the Read more…

pH Sensing in Hoaglands Solution

pH Sensing in Hoagland Solution ANB Sensors are developing a solid-state pH Sensor which is calibration free, operates over a wide pH range and is specifically tailored for low buffer media. The sensor operates using a standard reference electrode and a counter electrode, but with two sensing electrodes through which Read more…

ANB Showcase at Pittcon 2019

Pittcon is the world’s leading annual conference and exposition on laboratory science. Pittcon attracts attendees from industry, academia and government from over 90 countries worldwide. We had a very interesting week at Pittcon. We were chosen to do a 5 minute elevator pitch on Sunday afternoon which led to lots Read more…

ANB Sensors Visit Queens University Belfast

In March we visited Belfast to discuss a collaborative project with The Queens University of Belfast, School of Biological Science, regarding pH sensing in cattle stomachs. The sensors would be aimed at monitoring Rumen Acidosis, a common problem which is often undetected, to allow for the appropriate response to correct Read more…

ANB Attend SWIG

ANB attended the SWIG workshop on Remote Environmental Monitoring at the Freshwater Biological Association River Laboratory on 30 January 2019, kindly sponsored by Xylem Analytics. It was a very interesting workshop on the drivers coming through from UK environmental monitoring policy, and how sensor and communications technologies are addressing these Read more…