September 21. 2010 SFS Technology at SPIE Security+Defence '10

NarTest Founder and R&D Director Larisa Poryvkina hosted a poster session on submitted scientific paper "Detection of illicit drugs with the technique of Spectral Fluorescence Signatures (SFS)" at SPIE Security+Defence 2010 conference held in Toulouse, France.
SFS technology for drug detection is an underlying method for NarTest NTX2000 portable drug analyzer that can rapidly detect very low concentrations of drugs in seized street samples and conclusively identify the controlled substance in question.

NarTest is a privately owned company with offices in US and EU that develops innovative drug identification solutions for law enforcement agencies worldwide.

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