Gas Sensing For Pharmaceutical Authentication And Facility Monitoring (Healthcare Sensor Innovations 2019)

Dr Merry K. Smith, Senior Scientist/Product Manager
C2Sense
United States
 

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Presentation Summary

Small, light-weight, low power, and easy to produce - C2Sense gas sensors solve pressing customer problems related to gases in our everyday lives; including those that impact human health, the health of most living systems, and gases in commercial or industrial environments, where existing technology is unable to provide solutions.

Speaker Biography (Merry K Smith)

Merry Smith is a Senior Scientist/Product Manager at C2Sense. She received her doctorate in chemistry at Wesleyan University in 2014, where she worked in Prof. Brian Northrop's laboratory. Before C2Sense, she served as a postdoctoral scholar at Dartmouth College under the supervision of Prof. Katherine Mirica. In her research career, she has published 12 peer-reviewed papers focused on experimental and theoretical studies of carbon-rich nanomaterials and their application as chemical sensors. She is co-inventor on 1 patent in the field of gas sensing.

Company Profile (C2Sense, Inc.)

C2Sense is an early stage company rooted in fundamental science and spun out of the Chemistry Department at MIT. The 'Tough Tech' developed at C2Sense is transformative technology that solves the world's important challenges by uniting breakthrough science, engineering, and leadership. Over the past 6 years the team has hardened and commercialized the technology and is poised to disrupt the traditional gas sensing market and create entirely new markets via gas data and analytics, creating a digital sense of smell. Access to this missing sense will be integral to the ongoing digital transformation of our world.
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