Here you can find out more about research, applications and thoughts from other Q-Sense customers
Our customers work both large and small corporations, universities and colleges, academic institutions, public and private research and test agencies and technology and knowledge transfer centers. Many of our customers receive funding through grants from agencies such as the NIH, NSF, CFI, USDA and DOE. Curiosity and the drive to do research at the forefront of science are what characterize our customers.
Here are some of the comments from our customers.
"The versatility of the QCM-D makes it the workhorse instrument in our laboratory. In fact, we found it so useful that we purchased two instruments." Professor Lynn Penn, Drexel University, USA.
"Q-Sense has, by far, the most friendly and helpful customer service that we deal with on a regular basis". Professor Rick Davis and his student Will Miles, at the Department of Chemical Engineering, Virginia Tech USA.
“The QCM-D instrument was an obvious choice to assess the wet mass and composition of the lipid that we were using to create the membrane.” Dr. Lisa Martins at Monash University, Victoria, Australia.
“It (QCM-D) also provides key information about the effects of solvent coupling that otherwise are difficult to access with other tools,” says Rojas. “Data interpretation may be challenging, but combined with other experimental approaches, it can be very useful and revealing.” Professor Orlando Rojas, at North Carolina State University, USA.
“At Unilever we are interested in how surfactants work and their interaction with polymers. This is why QCM-D is an important part of our technical arsenal.” Dr Jordan Petkov's, Unilever, UK.
“I guess everybody in the QCM-D community is well aware of the tremendous versatility of the flow chamber system for these studies” Dr. Alex Welle, Institute for Biological Interfaces, Karlsruhe, Germany.
“We have relied heavily on our QCM-D data to interpret the response of contacting liver cells…” and “We will continue to extensively use the QCM-D as these studies progress.” Jennifer Phelps, Yale University, USA.