Attend this webinar to learn how Rapid-E+ can be applied in bioaerosol research. The webinar will be focused on the accessories and new tools available for real-time particle sampling and data visualisation.
Microplastics are ubiquitous in the environment and are potential threats to the health of wild animals and human beings. One recent study even found microplastics in remote Antarctic snow samples. These microplastics could be transported by air from 6,000 km far away or emitted by research stations nearby.
Recently, Plair won the Sport and Air Quality Challenge in the category “Measure and mitigate the effect of poor air quality on athletes” sponsored by the Formula E, World Athletics, Union Cycliste Internationale and ENGSO Youth and organised by ThinkSport and Sustainable Mountain Alliance. We presented our unique solution based on our Rapid instruments to help athletes and sport event organisers monitor allergens and microbes in the air in real time.
Plair SA announced today that it has been awarded a CHF 2.7 million grant from the Swiss State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation SERI for the Horizon Europe, European Innovation Council (EIC) Accelerator Pilot Programme. The grant will fund the acceleration of Rapid-C’s certification as an alternative rapid microbiological method and its commercialisation for the aseptic processing market.
We're thrilled to announce that Plair has won the 2021 Geneva Innovation Prize within the framework of the Grands Prix de l'Economie, awarded by the State of Geneva, the Office for the Promotion of Industries and Technologies (OPI), and the Geneva Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services (CCIG).
Plair SA, the Swiss creator, manufacturer, and provider of instruments for real-time bioaerosol monitoring, and MBV AG, the Swiss global leader in viable air sampling, jointly announce today the start of a strategic partnership to bring to the market new and innovative automated solutions for microbiology monitoring that combine the technology of both companies.
Atmospheric aerosol particles have an enormous impact on public health which enhance human diseases, whether they come from pollen, fungal spores, bacteria or viruses. It is therefore crucial to properly identify these threats.
The Plair team is pleased to share the news of its latest installation in Montreal, Canada. The Rapid-E instrument was installed at the University of Montreal for automatic and real-time pollen monitoring, in June 2019.