ATLANTA, Aug. 25, 2021 — Many of the products we encounter daily — from deodorant to pesticides to paint — release molecules that drift through the air. Breathing in enough of the wrong ones can cause serious and potentially long-term health problems. However, it can be hard to estimate exposure because current devices are limited in what they can detect. Today, researchers report development of a new personal air-sampling system that can detect an unprecedented range of these compounds from a special badge or pen attached to someone’s shirt or placed in a pocket.
Stillwater, OK – 19 August 2021 – XploSafe announced today that it has been awarded a $750,000 Phase II SBIR contract from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to advance the development of vacuum-regenerable sorbents for the next-generation of American spacesuits over the next two years.
“… the nation’s most prestigious award program for green chemistry innovations…”
XploSafe has successfully commercialized 13 products across three product lines, including a real-time
on-site detection kit for primary
improvised explosive compounds.
The XploSens product line is listed
as an approved technology and has
obtained SAFETY ACT designation
of a “Qualified Antiterrorist Technology” (QATT) by the Department
of Homeland Security.
STILLWATER — A sample mixer rotates slowly in a tiny laboratory at Stillwater’s XploSafe LLC, turning small vials filled with novel materials that are part
Provided The XploSafe team, from left: Dr. Allen Apblett (President of XploSafe & Professor of Chemistry at OSU), Shoaib Shaikh (Financial Operations Manager of XploSafe),
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Stillwater, OK — A company specializing in explosives detection is well on its way to demonstrating how its science also can tackle an ongoing sewage-based