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  • Advances in Hyperspectral Analysis for Plant, Algal and Environmental Monitoring September 16, 2022
    Qubit Systems offers field-based instruments (ROX and FLOX) for monitoring solar irradiance, solar reflection and solar-induced fluorescence. Read about recent advances in the field. The post Advances in Hyperspectral Analysis for Plant, Algal and Environmental Monitoring appeared first on Qubit Biology.
  • Hyperspectral Analysis for Plant, Algal and Environmental Monitoring August 4, 2022
    Qubit Systems is proud to offer two new and unique, field-based instruments (ROX and FLOX) for monitoring solar irradiance, solar reflection and solar-induced fluorescence. Applications include monitoring plant growth, plant biochemical status (e.g., pigment dynamics), photosynthetic activity and variations in environmental conditions (e.g., soil and water characteristics). The post Hyperspectral Analysis for Plant, Algal and […]
  • Visit us at ICRS 2022 in Bremen June 23, 2022
    Visit the Qubit booth at the International Coral Reef Symposium in Bremen Germany between July 3rd and 9th for a demonstration of our unique CISME system for in situ monitoring of coral photosynthesis, respiration and calcification The post Visit us at ICRS 2022 in Bremen appeared first on Qubit Biology.
  • Q-teach Packages for Biology Laboratory Education May 24, 2022
    Qubit Systems offers a range of Q-teach packages for teaching animal, insect, plant, algal and aquatic biology. These educational packages allow for studies of photosynthesis, respiration and transpiration in plants, and respirometry in insects, small animals and aquatic species. The post Q-teach Packages for Biology Laboratory Education appeared first on Qubit Biology.
  • Aquatic Biology Research and Teaching March 8, 2022
    Qubit provides a range of systems for aquatic biology in standard and customized configurations, enabling measurement of metabolic rate in organisms ranging from invertebrates, through corals in situ, to fish. The post Aquatic Biology Research and Teaching appeared first on Qubit Biology.