BACTEST is a Cambridge, UK based company that has developed a technology platform, CYTOMAIA, a bacterial respirometer which is used to incubate bacteria and detect and measure biological activity and contamination in liquid in labs, bottling lines (rapid release), water and waste water.
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BACTEST is deploying CYTOMAIA in portable and in-situ devices that removes the need to send samples to a lab to be tested by technicians. BACTEST has won £100k TSB grant to develop an in-situ device to monitor biological activity in waste water in order to reduce costly aeration of activated sludge, thus reducing carbon footprint.
Cambridge UK based BACTEST, inventor and manufacturer of water analysis product Speedy Breedy and waste water management solution Shepherd, has announced the appointment of Dr Piers Clark as Chairman.
7 October 2015Read in full
Cambridgeshire based Professor Annie Brooking, CEO of Bactest, has been awarded £40,000 by Shell Springboard to launch Shepherd, a cutting-edge monitoring technology helping water companies to save energy.
31 March 2015Read in full
Cambridge UK based BACTEST, inventor and manufacturer of Speedy Breedy, the world’s most versatile and portable microbial contamination test, has announced its second product for the water industry, Shepherd. Shepherd is an Activated Sludge (AS) Monitoring and Management System designed to enable waste water companies to drastically cut electricity costs and carbon footprint.
5 March 2015Read in full
Bactest has turned to Cambridge based crowdfunding platform SyndicateRoom to further bolster its war chest.
28 October 2014Read in full
BACTEST, inventor and manufacturer of Speedy Breedy, has been shortlisted for the Business SME of the Year award 2014 organised by the Telegraph.
27 October 2014Read in full
Tessa Cunningham, journalist at the Daily Mail, carried out a scientific test using Bactest's Speedy Breedy to see if it can possibly be hygienic to keep rotting waste in the kitchen, just a few feet from where fresh food is prepared.
7 August 2014Read in full
BACTEST - home of Speedy Breedy - has been shortlisted by the UK Business Angels Association (UKBAA*) for the Best Early Stage Investment in a Disruptive Technology Business Award, supported by Technology Strategy Board.
26 June 2014Read in full
BACTEST is proud to launch Speedy Breedy at the Master Brewers Association of the Americas [MBAA]. With the upsurge in US microbreweries, quality of beer will become a key factor for their continual growth.
16 June 2014Read in full
BACTEST has signed a global exclusive distribution agreement with Goltens to sell Speedy Breedy in to the Ballast Water Testing Market.
29 May 2014Read in full