Upcoming Events

To help us reach as many people as possible, we have chosen to participate in these events. Be sure to stop by our booth during these events to see our products and learn how they can complement your bio-detection program.

NCT CBRNE Asia Pacific

May 28-30
Tokyo, Japan

IAFC International Hazmat Response Teams Conference

June 7 – 10
Baltimore, MD

Annual CBRN Defense Conference

July 24 – 25
Wilmington, DE

4th International Symposium on Development of CBRN-Defence Capabilities

September 3 – 5
Berlin, Germany

 

Conference Posters

At BioFire Defense we are continually performing research studies to stay on the cutting edge of pathogen detection. Our advances in detection technology are frequently highlighted in posters presented at related conferences.

Check out our latest research posters that have been presented at research conferences.

 

Press Releases

BioFire is committed to constant innovation and continual improvement. Stay up-to-date on the most recent announcements about developments and defining moments here at BioFire.

View recent announcements from and media coverage from around the web.

Featured Videos

Fully Automated BioDetection

The FilmArray is able to identify, in a closed system, dozens of the most lethal viruses and bacteria, including emerging infectious diseases. The easy-to-use, syringe-loaded system represents the next generation in automated detection systems.

 

 

 

 

PNNL HazMat Demonstration Using a Polymerase Chain Reaction System to Screen Suspicious Powders

Use of a commercially available polymerase chain reaction (PCR) system for screening a powder sample is demonstrated. Note: This is only a demonstration and required personal protective equipment (PPE) is not being worn. Actual required PPE will depend on the specific situation.

FilmArray by BioFire

The FilmArray System is an example of the impact of the U.S. Air Force Small Business Innovation Research / Small Business Technology Transfer Program, which funds research and development by small businesses / cooperative R&D projects with small businesses and non-profit U.S. research institutions. The Air Force SBIR/STTR program focuses on projects and services with the potential to develop into a product for military or commercial sectors. From 2000-2013, the Air Force invested nearly $4 billion in these R&D projects. BioFire received funding during this period to develop the FilmArray technology. This is BioFire’s story.

 


High-Resolution Images

BioFire has made available high-resolution images of their products and logos. These images are property of BioFire Defense and can be used by permission only for news stories, marketing and advertising promotions. To obtain permission, please contact our media department at (801) 262-3592 x1341.