Advertisement

BCNP Consultants European Chemistry Partnering 2017 Ffm Germany 600x60px
Document › Details

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.. (2/2/10). "Press Release: Thermo Fisher Scientific Acquires Laser-based Gas Detection Company NovaWave Technologies, Inc. Acquisition Provides Enhanced Environmental and Process Gas Monitoring Capabilities".

Organisations Organisation Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. (NYSE: TMO)
  Group Thermo Fisher (Group)
  Organisation 2 NovaWave Technologies Inc.
  Group Thermo Fisher (Group)
Products Product analytical instrument
  Product 2 environmental analysis
Index term Index term NovaWave Technologies–Thermo Fisher: investment, 201002 acquisition
Person Person Herrema, Greg (Thermo Fisher 200703 President Scientific Instruments)
     


Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., the world leader in serving science, announced today that it has acquired NovaWave Technologies, Inc., a developer and manufacturer of advanced chemical sensors for environmental monitoring, industrial and safety applications. NovaWave has 18 employees based in Redwood City, California, and generated annual revenues of $4 million in 2009.

NovaWave has developed an extensive array of laser-based gas measurement systems that use laser technology to enhance sensitivity, specificity, precision and accuracy for multiple applications. The acquisition expands Thermo Fisher's leadership position in environmental monitoring, process monitoring and isotopic ratio measurements, and provides complementary technology to more accurately measure the presence of critical gases.

"The growing concern regarding climate change and the collective development of regulatory controls present a unique opportunity to showcase our leading Thermo Scientific line of environmental instruments," said Greg Herrema, president of Thermo Fisher's Analytical Instruments businesses. "The expansion of our portfolio through NovaWave's sensors for monitoring greenhouse gases is another great example of how we enable our customers to make the world cleaner."

In the United States, the Environmental Protection Agency recently mandated that facilities exceeding established greenhouse gas emission standards be required to submit annual reports. This includes utilities, oil and chemical refineries; cement, glass, pulp and paper plants; manufacturers of motor vehicles and engines; and confined animal-feeding operations. The technology acquired from NovaWave will reinforce Thermo Fisher Scientific's leading position in this rapidly developing regulatory arena.

NovaWave will be integrated into Thermo Fisher's Analytical Technologies Segment and provide enhanced measurement capabilities for environmental instruments, scientific instruments and process instruments.

   
Record changed: 2016-03-19

Advertisement

BCNP Consultants European Chemistry Partnering 2017 Ffm Germany 600x60px

More documents for Thermo Fisher (Group)


To subscribe to our free, monthly mass spectrometry newsletter, please send an e-mail to info@iito.de and simply fill the subject line with the word »MSC newsletter«

To get even more information, please take a look at our [gs] professional services offering and read the gene-sensor Product Flyer [PDF file]

Please visit also our web portals for the Eurpean life sciences and the life sciences in German-speaking Europe (DE, AT & CH) at Life-Sciences-Germany.com and Life-Sciences-Europe.com

Advertisement

Picture EBD Group BIO-Europe Spring 2017 BES Barcelona Spain March 600x60px




» top

Advertisements

Picture [iito] Twitter iitoLifeScience Life Sciences Mass Spec 120x120px BCNP Consultants European Chemistry Partnering 2017 Ffm Germany 120x180px Picture EBD Group BIO-Europe Spring 2017 BES Barcelona Spain March 120x180px Picture AB Sciex Berliner LCMSMS Symposium 2017 Right 120x80px Picture [LSE] Life-Sciences-Europe.com – The Business Web Portal 120x600px Banner Fairtec GmbH Solutions for Smarter Business Events Exhibitions 120x120px Picture [iito] Twitter iitoLifeScience Life Sciences Mass Spec 120x120px