Serionix Receives NASA Phase II Award

Posted on March 10, 2017
Serionix recently received a $750,000 contract from NASA to fund continued development of filters to remove toxic gases from next-generation spacesuit life support systems. Serionix creates high-performance filters based on a proprietary adsorptive coating technology called Colorfil™, which changes colors as it removes toxic chemicals and odors from air, whileRead More

Do You Understand Filter Expiration?

Posted on February 23, 2017
Whether we notice them or (more likely) not, air filters are all around us–in our cars, homes, offices, and many more applications. When they are working correctly, air filters serve to protect people, pets, processes, and equipment (think engines) from all of the crud that floats around. The trouble is,Read More

Serionix Visits UIUC Small Animal Clinic

Posted on February 10, 2017
The Serionix team recently visited the University of Illinois Small Animal Clinic in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital. We were ecstatic receiving a tour and discussing the possibilities of working together to research our technology and the potential benefits for similar veterinary clinics. Application of our technology could eliminate that “petRead More

The Chemistry of Smell

Posted on November 25, 2016
We all learned about our five senses in grade school—sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell. And as we got older, we learned more about what actually causes these senses to be activated. When light bounces off of an object, our eyes receive that light and we call it sight. WhenRead More

Why a House That Smells Won’t Sell

Posted on August 8, 2016
The sense of smell brings back strong memories. These memories may be of a certain flower from childhood or the perfume your grandmother used to wear. Whatever these memories may be, smell is inherently linked to our brains. So why is smell so important in selling a home? Research suggestsRead More
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