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  1. WPI Awards Prize to The Zebrafish Network Winner
    October 08, 2018
    Jonas de Jesus, from WPI Brasil visit the winner of a contest to name a mascot for the Zebrafish Network. Jonas presented the winner with a surgical kit for zebrafish research. The project "The Zebrafish Network" is a result of the partnership of the Center for Toxins, Immune Response and Cell Signaling (CeTICS) of the Butantan Institute, and aims to promote communication and integration, as well as foster collaborations between researchers studying the fish "Paulistinha ", Which has been used for many scientific studies because of its genetic similarity with humans (70%). "The idea is that everyone who belongs to the network can divulge their work, interact with other researchers and inform about what is happening, such as publication of articles, lectures and congresses on the subject," explains Mônica Lopes , director of the Special
  2. Award Winning Scientist Heads WPIs Biosensing Division
    June 09, 2017
    The notable expert in the area of electrochemical sensors, Xueji Zhang, PhD, Sr. Vice President and Chief Scientist at WPI, is leading the development for microsensors (including the ISO-H2S-100-Cxx) for free...
  3. WPI Awarded the FVMA Industry Award
    April 14, 2017
    World Precision Instruments was selected to receive the FVMA (Florida Veterinary Medical Association) Industry Award for 2017.
  4. WPI Featured in Local Publication
    November 20, 2013
    WPI was recently featured in the Sarasota Daily. You can read the article here.
  5. WPI Acquires the Muscle Physiology Experts SI-H
    March 26, 2009
    Late in March, WPI sealed the deal making Scientific Instruments-Heidelberg a part of the WPI family of companies. SI-H is the leader in muscle physiology research equipment. Designing quality equipment since 1988, SI-H focuses on the investigation of intact and chemically skinned muscle preparations, as well as the investigation of single cells.
  6. We Wrote the Book on Electrochemical Sensors
    October 07, 2008
    WPI scientist and Vice-President of Research and Development, Xeuji Zhang, PhD,  is sharing his vast knowledge of amperometric sensors and chemical processes in a recently published book “Electrochemical Sensors, Biosensors and their Biomedical Applications” by Academic Press.
  7. WPI Opens Sales Office in Mainland China
    October 07, 2008
      Contact: Kendra Newman FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tel: 941-371-1003   E-mail: kendra@wpiinc.com       WPI OPENS SALES OFFICE IN MAINLAND CHINA Responding to the growing number of inquiries for quality, innovative laboratory equipment, World Precision Instruments has opened a local office in Shanghai China. Covering the Shanghai-Nanjing corridor, the office will provide laboratory products to the growing biomedical research market in China. A mainland location offers convenience for customers when ordering, shipping, and working with the products. Product manuals, catalogs, and other informational materials will be translated into the Chinese language for f
  8. WPI Sensors are Out of this World
    October 07, 2008
      Contact: Kendra Newman FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tel: (941) 371-1003   E-mail: kendra@wpiinc.com       WPI Sensors are out of this world WPI sensors have been selected for use in the space shuttle by the European Space Agency. After six months evaluating numerous sensors of various worldwide companies, the European Space Agency chose WPI sensors for pilot experiments in its space shuttle. WPI President, Cliff Bredenberg and Chief Scientist, Dr. Xueji Zhang will visit Italy in July to finalize the sensors and electronics design.
  9. October 05, 2008
    Klaus Ehrmann PhD, Arthur Ho MOptom PhD FAAO, Jean-Marie Parel Ing ETS-G PhD (2008) "Biomechanical analysis of the accommodative apparatus in primates."Clinical and Experimental Optometry 91 (3) , 302–312 doi:10.1111/j.1444-0938.2008.00247.x Abstract: Background: The restoration of natural accommodation in the presbyopic and cataract affected eye is a subject of intense research effort. A new instrument has been developed to test the viability and efficacy of procedures and methods to restore accommodation ex vivo in animal or human eyes. Methods: A section of the globe containing the crystalline lens, zonules, ciliary muscle and sclera is bonded into eight curved shoes. After dissecting the sclera between the shoes, even radial load is applied to stretch the zonules and capsular bag to simulate the natural accommodative process. The associated change in optical power is measured usi
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