Projects

Redox status

Measurement of redox status in blood and skin after UV stress via EPR spectroscopy

2018/09 – 2020/03

Freiberg Instruments is improving and developing the UV irradiation and sensitivity of EPR measurements for skin and blood in cooperation with the dermatology department of the Charité in Berlin. The overall goal of this project is to develop a method for a significant and reproducible measurement of the redox status in blood after stress with UV irradiation as well as an easy-to-handle and small benchtop-equipment.

This project is part of the consortium advanced UV for Life and is funded by the BMBF within Zwanzig20.

Contact person:
Dr. Nadine Schüler
schueler(at)freiberginstruments.com

 

 


Commercial launch of new MS 6000 ESR spectrometer

2018/06/27 – 2019/05/31

Within this project a first demo version of the new MS 6000 will be build, which enables the customer to choose from different resonators for different EPR applications. Additionally, a marketing campaign will be developed and launched.

This project is funded by SAB and the EU.

Contact person:

Dr. Kay Dornich
E-Mail: dornich(at)freiberginstruments.com


NO-haem

Mobile NO-haem complex as diagnostic marker and basis for new medicals

2016/03/11 – 2017/06/10

In this project the market launch of a new invention of a novel determination of the mobile NO-haem complex for the early recognition of cardiovascular diseases is funded.


This project is funded by SAB and the EU.

 

Contact person:

Dr. Kay Dornich
E-Mail: dornich@magnettech.de


ZIM-KOOP

Development and validation of a measurement setup for the determination of the radical stability of brewery raw materials and early semi-finished products in the beer production via EPR spectroscopy

2014/06/01 – 2016/05/31

Freiberg Instruments pursues the following goals within this projects

  • further improvement of the sensitivity of the MS5000 especially for liquids and solids with high water content

  • the development and improvement of auto samplers for liquids and solids

  • improved temperature stability and range

  • improved reproducibility

These improvements will be applied among others in the brewery and food market for the investigation of radical stability for flavor stability and the investigation of applied radiation doses for sterilization.


This project was funded by the AiF ZIM and in cooperation with the VLB Berlin.

Contact person:

Dr. Nadine Schüler
E-Mail: schueler@freiberginstruments.com