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A-WIT Technologies Releases World's First Low Cost C Stamp(TM) Based Biotechnology Laboratory in a Box
Date:6/11/2009

New Biotechnology kits from A-WIT Technologies provide everything necessary to build a complete Biotechnology Laboratory, and support US and European power supplies.

Williamstown, NJ (PRWEB) June 11, 2009 -- A-WIT Technologies releases world's first low cost C Stamp™ based Biotechnology laboratory in a box. The CS230000 and CS230001 both are new Biotechnology kits from A-WIT Technologies. Choose the CS230000 for US power supplies or the CS230001 for European power supplies. These kits provide everything necessary to build a complete Biotechnology Laboratory.


The kits include the 48-pin C Stamp, a uC 101 BOL board, PC programming cables, power supplies, instruments, and the Biotechnology Parts Kit. Students at the Middle School, High School, and College levels can learn programmable Digital Signal Processing (DSP), bio-signal amplification, and a host of other Biotechnology concepts.

The Biotechnology Parts Kit includes amplifiers, display, and instruments, etc. The electronic components required for the Biotechnology activities are also included in the Parts Kit. The activities introduce DSP and interfacing, electronics, Electromyogram (EMG), and Electrocardiogram (ECG); just to name a few concepts. All necessary software, documentation, curriculum, and highly illustrated instructions written by College professors are included in the Kit CD.

The power and versatility of the C Stamp guarantees that learners can expand upon their Biotechnology knowledge with their own ideas, projects, and imagination. Well thought out and pedagogically sound examples developed by college professors make sure that learning Biotechnology with these kits is a powerful and enjoyable experience.

All items are new, fully tested, factory direct, and all software is included at no extra charge.
Speaking about A-WIT Technologies' Biotechnology kits, A-WIT's President, Dr. Orland
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