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Virtual Trade Show

CID Bio-Science designs and manufactures scientific instruments for agricultural, environmental and biotechnological research. CID’s mission is to satisfy the needs of researchers by designing instruments that are: reliable, portable and easy-to-use. CID instruments provide relevant data for: Photosynthesis, Leaf Area, Plant Canopy Analysis, Spectroscopy, Root Imaging and Analysis, and Ethylene Analysis.

Lead ONLINE and ON-CAMPUS at Duke University. The Duke Environmental Leadership Program empowers today’s environmental leaders to continue learning through a distance-learning master’s program or executive education short courses. DEL’s flexible learning environment meets the needs of working professionals moving forward in their career. Courses incorporate leadership development with a curriculum that marries practical skills and theory. 

Funded by NSF and the University of Minnesota, LacCore supports the collection and analysis of sediment cores from lakes, wetlands, and reservoirs. Tribes, agencies, faculty, researchers, and students at all institutions receive low-cost help with proposals, logistics, field campaigns, transport/import, lithostratigraphy, analyses, curation, data management, more. Visit us in Minneapolis!

Visit LI-COR's booth (#208/209) to see our instrumentation for environmental research, including the LI-6400XT Portable Photosynthesis System, the most referenced photosynthesis system in peer-reviewed literature, high-speed infrared gas analyzers for eddy covariance measurements, the LI-8100A Automated Soil CO2 Flux System, and our line of area meters and light measurement devices.

The NDSU Environmental & Conservation Sciences Graduate Program builds on established research strengths across several disciplines to conduct research regarding complex environmental issues. Students apply emerging research tools to examine these problems and can enroll in one of the three tracks: Conservation Biology, Environmental Science and Environmental Social Science.

See the latest, high quality research instrumentation for measurement of photosynthesis, chlorophyll fluorescence, and soil CO2 efflux including our NEW, 3rd generation CIRAS-3 Portable Photosynthesis System!  Also on display will be our range of CO2 and H2O infrared gas analyzers and portable spectrometers.  We are also the proud US distributors for Hansatech Instruments (chlorophyll fluorescence and oxygen evolution), Skye Instruments (light and meteorological sensors), Gill Instruments (ultrasonic anemometers), and bbe Moldaenke (algae detection).