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New Mexico Inno reporter Meagan Nichols shares BioFlyte’s recent announcement that Todd Sickles was named to the top leadership position.
BioFlyte welcomes national security and public safety executive Todd Sickles as CEO to accelerate productization and market penetration of its disruptive biodetection technology
The financing will accelerate field validation and production of the BioTOF™ z200, a bio-aerosol detection system
BioFlyte Appoints Former U.S. Ambassador and National Security Advisor John Bolton to Board of Directors
Ambassador Bolton brings decades of experience in national security, foreign policy, and diplomacy to BioFlyte as the company looks to expand its critical infrastructure business
GenomeWeb reporter Madeleine Johnson recently spoke with BioFlyte CEO, Dr. Chuck Call, to learn more about our field-deployable Sentinel 720 Airborne Coronavirus Detection System.
Industry leaders with experience from The Pentagon, PerkinElmer, Johns Hopkins and more will help advance BioFlyte’s mission to bring biological mass spectrometry to the field.
With the U.S. launch of the first deployable airborne COVID-19 detection system, Bioflyte Inc. is working to provide effective ways to sample the air and deliver results within an hour. The Sentinel integrated solution aims to prevent widespread infection in schools and workplaces.
BioFlyte was launched last year by Zeteo Tech, a biodefense and medical device company firm based out of Sykesville, Maryland.