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PathSensors to showcase technology at 12th Annual CBRNe Convergence
Date:10/30/2019

PathSensors, Inc. will be showcasing biological detection technology at the 12th Annual CBRNe Convergence in Nashville, TN from Tuesday, November 5, 2019, to Thursday, November 7, 2019. This convergence will focus on merging civilian and military responses to CBRNe (chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear) and IED (explosive) threats. Delegates and experts from over 30 countries will attend the event to highlight practices and challenges involved with preparing and responding to these threats. The event will feature workshops, panel discussions and research from civil and military organizations regarding current and emerging defense capabilities.

PathSensors’ CEO, Ted Olsen stated, “We are proud and excited to continue being part of the conversation around improving CBRNe defense capabilities. This event allows us to display PathSensors’ solutions to growing threats to national security and public health.”

Stop by booth #154 to learn more about PathSensors’ efforts in biological defense with building protection and mail screening capabilities. PathSensors’ CANARY® technology can detect a wide range of threats, including Anthrax, Ricin, and Ebola, and can be expanded to meet emerging threat detection requirements. The suite of instruments, including the BioFlash and Zephyr, can provide rapid, sensitive and specific identification of threats from aerosol, liquid, and environmental swab samples. PathSensors also offers a MailGuard System that includes a negative pressure hood for large-batch mail screening.

Experts at PathSensors can be contacted before and during the 2019 CBRNe Convergence at info@pathsensors.com.

About PathSensors, Inc.
PathSensors is a leading environmental test company built on CANARY® technology exclusively licensed from MIT-Lincoln Laboratory. CANARY® offers cutting edge pathogen detection capabilities to a variety of industries including food safety, agriculture, and security. PathSensors’ mission is to make the world a safer place by detecting pathogens that can cause sickness and potentially death. PathSensors offers its customers great products and superior service at a fair price in all the markets it serves.

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