Focused on the next generation of chemical sensor and chemical detection devices, the emphasis of Seacoast Science is on the development of gas sensors for a variety of markets including leak detection, military, homeland security, air quality monitoring, and emission gas detection. 

 
The core technology is based on a Seacoast Science designed MEMS-based capacitive platform. Combined with specific chemically-selective polymers this technology platform is easily adapted to meet many chemical sensing applications.   More...


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Handheld detector systems
Seacoast Science's current handheld detection systems weigh less than four ounces (100g) yet are rugged enough to be deployed aboard unmanned air vehicles or individual soldiers. The handheld detection systems can also be utilized in fixed locations, such as office building entrances, factories or airport baggage check-in. We are currently designing systems for defense applications, government agencies, national laboratories and first responders.


Educational Mini GC Plus 
Seacoast Science and Vernier Software and Technology, a leading provider of scientific technology for educators, have release the new Mini GC Plus.  This release provides upgraded features.  The features include higher maximum temperature, offering more flexibility in designing temperature profiles.  And  two level sensitivity settings for the improved sesnor. The Mini GC Plus Provids teachers with latest and most advanced analytical tools.

About the size of a shoe box, the Vernier Mini GC Plus Uses Seacoast's advanced MEMS sensor technology. Our detector along with a custom designed software-controlled internal flow and heating system, allow for the use of normal room air as a carrier gas. This makes the system ideal for use in a class room setting.   Learn More About the Vernier Mini GC

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September 2014


Seacoast Science wins National Institute of Standards and Technology's (NIST) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program Phase I  to advance NIST technologies to the marketplace .   Dr. William Tolley will lead the effort to develop Temperature Wave Focusing Chromatography.







August
2014



National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) Superfund Research Program (SRP)- highlight Seacoast Science’s recent publication discussing the development of a Low-Cost, Unattended Vapor Intrusion Monitoring in their August 2014 Research Brief 236.  Click here to see more







June
2014



Dr. William Tolley presented a paper  "Chemicapacitor Detectors in Gas Chromatography" (W. K. TOLLEY, S. V. Patel), as part of the  Chemistry and Biochemistry Session of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Pacific Division Annual Meeting, University of California, Riverside, California,







June  2014


The National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) an agency within the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), awards Seacoast Science, Inc. an SBIR research grant for development of  their Unattended Monitoring for Greenhouse Crop Health. 







December 2013


A paper Co-authored by Dr. Sanjay  V. Patel, Vice President of Research and  CTO of Seacoast Science, entitled “Rule Based Regression and Feature Selection for Biological Data” was presented at the the IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine (BIBM) 2013 in  Shanghai, China   http://bibm2013.tongji.edu.cn/Accepted%20Papers.htm







November
2013



Seacoast Science teams up with RadFlight Inc. of Signal Hill, California to demonstrate the integration of their chemical sensors with RadFlight’s quadcopter drones.  The test demonstrated how the two technologies could work together.  The sensor system was able to detect the presence of harmful chemicals and relay the data back to a laptop via a wi-fi connection.
Read More:  http://www.radflight.com/#!blog/c1dh0







October
2013



Seacoast is participating in the “Mission Main Street” a  grants program by Chase Bank this grant will fund the continued efforts of improving Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education.   We are developing new technologies to help advance STEM education for future generations of scientists. 
To be considered we must receive 250 online votes by November 15. Voting is easy – just follow the link below and vote for us (you must be signed into your Facebook account to vote).
https://www.missionmainstreetgrants.com/business/detail/133890







May
2013



National Institute of Health awarded Dr. Marcel Benz  of Seacoast Science a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant to continue his work on a system that will enable emergency room personnel to test for drug and alcohol use by their patients.







January
2013



Seacoast was selected to participate in the U.S. Army’s Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC)  - Commercialization  Assistance Program (CAP).   






 



 



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