• 13February
    Solus training Here at Solus Scientific we enjoy training and supporting our customers because we want you to get the best out of our products. We offer on-site New User training to completely new customers and also to new staff at established customer sites. Advanced T[...]

  • 08February
    ALS in the UK have recently implemented Solus Pathogen Testing System at their pathogen laboratory in Rotherham where they test over half a million samples each year. Samples include raw and cooked meats and fish, dairy, chocolate and a number of ready-to-eat products[...]

  • 22January
    These are exciting times for Solus as we expand our business internationally. To help support this growth we are currently looking for an Antibody Production Assistant to join the team. The role will be an essential part of our manufacturing operation where we produce [...]

  • 04October
    Today, CERTUS™, innovators in food safety technologies, announced an expanded partnership with Solus Scientific for the immediate distribution of the Solus Pathogen Testing System across the United States food safety market. “Aligning with our company’s laser[...]

  • 05September
    Deltamune a South Africa based biotechnology company have recently adopted the Solus Scientific method for pathogen screening as part of their in food safety testing services. As such they are the first company in Africa to start using our system. Why did they select So[...]

  • 14August
    Testing food for the presence of pathogens is critical for ensuring food safety. The standard method for performing these tests is based on culture and can take up to five days to obtain a result. Many alternative methods exist which provide results in a faster timefram[...]

  • 03August
    On the 27th of June CERTUS announced their entry into the food safety industry with the launch of the CERTUS System for rapid pathogen detection and environmental monitoring. CERTUS, a start-up company out in Chicago, IL, purchased exclusive licensing rights from Becton[...]

  • 20June
    We’ve recently investigated the use of a heating block for the heat kill step of our pathogen testing protocol which can significantly improve sample traceability when implemented along with a bar-code scanner. Our current method requires heating an aliquot of the sam[...]

  • 17May
    Welcome to our updated news page. We’ve made a few changes to our website recently which you might find useful. Take a look at our new Distributors page. Our international distributors list is ever growing so if you are in a region outside of the UK you can find the[...]