CID Bio-Science, Inc., has been designing instruments for agricultural and environmental research for over 25 years. Our company was established in 1989 with the introduction of our state-of-the-art handheld photosynthesis system. Since then we have expanded to develop 13 instruments to measure plant function, continuously employing new innovations and technologies. Headquartered in the Pacific Northwest of the United States, CID instruments are represented by distributors in 44 countries. We are engineers, scientists, assemblers, machinists, technicians, and businesspeople who have dedicated our careers to building better tools for plant physiology research. In the field or in the lab, CID`s portable instruments put the best data into the hands of plant researchers around the world. We specialize in creating light, compact instruments that are fully functional on-site, providing data on demand with no need for lab analysis.
- Business Type:
- Industry Type:
- Agriculture - Agriculture Monitoring and Testing
- Market Focus:
- Globally (various continents)
CID's field instruments are used to research photosynthesis, canopy analysis, leaf area, spectroscopy, and root function. We have recently expanded into gas monitoring in Ethylene, CO2 and O2 with our new award-winning CI-900 Ethylene Gas Analyzer. Our decades of experience engineering tools for plant science are now also being applied to our subsidiary company, Felix Instruments-Applied Food Science, which provides sensing tools for commercial post-harvest applications.
We recently renovated a historically-landmarked building for our new headquarters in Camas, WA. Our new home not only represents our commitment to our community, but symbolizes our company's creative philosophy: to pursue the innovative path and commit to the best possible vision of what we can create in everything we do.
For over 25 years, CID has maintained a commitment to superior product innovation, superior customer service, and superior value. Contact your local distributor to see why researchers have trusted CID Bio-Science to provide the world's finest portable instruments for plant physiology research.