Micralyne, Sensicore expand partnership

Feb. 9, 2005 — Micralyne Inc. of Edmonton, Alberta, and Sensicore Inc. of Ann Arbor, Mich., announced today they have renewed and expanded their agreement for the development and manufacture of Sensicore’s multi-sensor chip systems.

Sensicore has developed a testing system that can analyze 14 different water parameters in 4 minutes. The system is intended to help municipalities and industrial companies ensure the purity and surety of drinking and process water. The company also has under development sensors for the detection of heavy metals such as lead, arsenic, copper and iron with plans to release these devices in the near future.

Micralyne will manufacture Sensicore’s disposable silicon chip system as they begin the ramp-up to volume commercial production. Ardesta, an investor in Sensicore, is also an investor in Small Times Media.


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