This is a video of the first test of the Techshot High Pressure Specimen Chamber (HPSC) with a deep sea submersible at Hawaii Undersea Research Laboratory in Honolulu. The HPSC is designed to retrieve animals from as deep as 2,000 meters (6,280 feet) under the sea and safely bring them to the surface, while maintaining […]
Techshot Chief Scientist Dr. Eugene Boland’s remarkable work in wound healing with stem cells and extracellular matrices is discussed in the September 14 issue of New Scientist magazine. Click to read the article.
Tim Stamp has been hired by Techshot Inc. to serve as a product assurance engineer.
This week, Techshot completed and shipped its first prototype High Pressure Specimen Chamber (HPSC) for ocean research. The device is designed to retrieve animals from as deep as 2,000 meters (6,280 feet) under the sea and safely bring them to the surface, while maintaining conditions that sustain life and maximize research laboratory data gathering.
Following an exhaustive national search, Techshot has hired Eugene Boland, Ph.D., as chief scientist, replacing the retiring Paul Todd, Ph.D., who has been named chief scientist emeritus for the technology development company.
Techshot has hired Nathan Armentrout to serve as an electrical engineer. Armentrout expects to be working nearly exclusively on a project called MVP (Multi-specimen Variable-gravity Platform) which will be used in space to study the effects of gravity on a wide variety of sample types.
Techshot Inc. has hired Frank Stewart, former captain of the nuclear-powered submarine USS Louisville, to serve as the company’s director of business development for the defense industry.
Techshot has hired Angela Kress as a corporate administrative assistant. She will be assisting with human resources and business development tasks. She previously served in a similar role at Vitronic Machine Vision. Kress earned a master’s degree in social work from the University of Louisville.
New Techshot Inc. employee Michael Dobrick has been hired to serve as a mechanical engineering technologist. Dobrick expects to be working on a bone densitometer that will be used on the International Space Station. Prior to Techshot, he worked as a product developer at Rev-A-Shelf. Dobrick attends the Purdue College of Technology in New Albany […]
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