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Posted June 2, 2011

Water Testing

Queen’s University-developed breakthrough E. coli monitoring technology showcased by global water sensor company

KINGSTON - A state-of-the-art system developed at Queen’s University for rapid detection of microbes such as E. coli in water is being highlighted at the American Water Works Association’s Annual Conference and Exposition June 12-16 in Washington, D.C.

The technologies are being showcased by ENDETEC, the global sensor platform of Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies, headquartered at Kingston, ON. ENDETEC’s mission is to ensure water quality by providing continuous in-pipe monitoring of chemical pollutants and early warning detection of microbiological contamination.

Based on a novel fibre optic sensory technology developed by Dr. Stephen Brown and a team of scientists at Queen’s University, and industry researchers, the detection system was licensed to ENDETEC (formerly Pathogen Detection Systems, Inc.) by PARTEQ Innovations, the technology transfer of Queen’s University.

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