A little of what we've been up to.
Trace Matters introduces Super Mass Spec™ and SPion Link™
Trace Matters selected for a NASA DALI grant
The NASA Goddard, UMD, and Trace Matters team receive a $3.2M NASA grant under the Development and Advancement of Lunar Instrumentation (DALI) program to develop a flight-qualified mass spectrometer.
Trace Matters secures two more patents on SPion®
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has issued two new patents on SPion®: Patent No. 11,219,393 entitled "Mass spectrometry system and method for analyzing biological samples" and Patent No. 11,222,776 entitled "Ion analysis system and method with multiple ionization sources and analyzers."
Trace Matters showcases SPion® for the first time at the ASMS
Trace Matters showcases SPion for the first time at the 69th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics. Trace Matters also presented the proof-of-principle results as an oral presentation.
Trace Matters demonstrates proof-of-principle for SPion® technology
Trace Matters Scientific in collaboration with Thermo Fisher Scientific successfully demonstrated the proof-of-principle for SPion™ Technology for mass spectrometry. The results for the proof-of-principle demonstration have been made available via a technical note published by Trace Matters Scientific.
Second patent issued for SPion®
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has issued Patent No. 10,840,077 entitled “Reconfigurable Sequentially-Packed Ion (SPion) Transfer Device.”
SPion® wins $100,000 prize from NASA's SMD Entrepreneurs Challenge
SPion® has been chosen as a winner of the $100,000 prize award from NASA's Science Mission Directorate (SMD) Entrepreneurs Challenge.
SPion® selected for NASA Entrepreneurs Challenge
SPion® has been selected as one of the 10 finalists for NASA Science Mission Directorate Entrepreneurs Challenge to compete for a $1,000,000 prize pool under the advanced mass spectrometry category.
Key patent issued for SPion®
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has issued Patent No. 10,720,315 entitled “Reconfigurable Sequentially-Packed Ion (SPion) Transfer Device.”
Trace Matters selected for NASA PICASSO grant
The NASA Goddard, UMD, and Trace Matters team receive a $1.3M NASA grant under the Planetary Instrument Concepts for the Advancement of Solar System Observations (PICASSO) Program.
Trace Matters selected for NASA STTR award
Trace Matters receives NASA STTR award to develop ambinet ion source for Mars.