World Fishing Journal releases its third installment on the intersection of the fishing industry with our daily lives. This installment features Pure Molecular: http://www.cinematiccode.com/single-project_35.html
Citizen volunteers and college students are evaluating an NCCOS-funded portable sensor that easily and accurately calculates the number of Karenia brevis cells in a water sample, the algae that causes red tides in Florida. This month, St. Petersburg College biotechnology students learned how to use the sensor in a training class at the University of South Florida (USF) Knight Oceanographic Center in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Selene Sanfelice of the Tampa Tribune interviews Dr. John H. Paul and Bob Ulrich about GroupeChek and ShrimpCheck. Read more about it here: http://www.tbo.com/news/business/device-that-detects-faux-fish-is-catching-on-20160227/
Technology Networks publishes a paper on AmpliFire and Pure Molecular. This paper describes a proof-of-concept experiment demonstrating the ability of the AmpliFire combined with the GrouperChek assay to differentiate the highly prized grouper from tilapia, a common illegal substitute. Read it here: http://www.technologynetworks.com/resourcesid.aspx?type=anotes&id=187618
Read the full article here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/02/06/florida-scientists-mislabeled-fish_n_6626322.html
See the full article here: http://www.tampabay.com/news/business/usf-scientists-unveil-device-to-unmask-fake-grouper/2216246