The Bristol Robotics Laboratory (BRL) is launching an initiative to encourage and support the take up of robotics technology within industry across Europe.
A team of scientists in the US has begun working on improvements to random access memory (RAM) technology using graphene and ammonia.
Scientists at GE Research are currently developing a wearable, high-resolution imaging ’helmet’ that would allow doctors to observe the brain on the cellular level.
The latest application note from Olympus explores how high-resolution light microscopy is rapidly advancing our knowledge of the past.
Porvair Sciences has announced that a recent study by the Department of Chemistry at the University of Kent, UK revealed significant levels of contamination found in more than 50% of the commercially available deep well microplates tested.
An application note from AMSBIO is claimed to introduce a more predictive and realistic model for early stage drug screening of cancer therapeutics.
Carbolite has expanded its equipment range with the Gero series of high-temperature furnaces that provide temperatures up to 3000°C under vacuum, inert gas and reactive atmospheres.
The Bio-Rad Laboratories benchtop S3e Cell Sorter with AutoGimbal nozzle alignment system offers walk-away automation for accurate and reliable cell sorts of one or two populations.
The Micronic 24-2 rack accommodates 24 3ml tissue storage tubes in an automation compatible American National Standards Institute / Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening dimensional footprint.
Oxidation is one of the most common reasons for product degradation, Anton Paar claims. Its stability determination is a requirement for shelf-life investigations, quality control or during product development.
The second part of Malvern Instruments’ rheology toolkit series takes an in-depth look at rheology in action and how yield stress can substantially impact the functionality and commercial value of a range of industrially significant fluids.
EquipNet marketing vice president Ben Potenza offers his top tips for buying second-user equipment.
The third part of the EquipNet toolkit series looks at the company’s Asset Redeployment Management System.
COMMENT & FEATURES
A more comprehensive awareness of flow cytometry technology could dramatically increase its utilisation by researchers at both smaller and more specialised laboratories.
If data taken from social media posts can be used to help curb the spread of HIV, will those most severely affected by the virus benefit?
Unravelling the mysteries of human biological processes will help us develop medicines that can be tailored to suit an individual’s specific needs.
The volume and variety of pipettes currently in use makes the protection offered by an international standard essential for the accuracy and precision of a lab’s work, says Anachem pipette service manager Craig Bush.
Nabsys vice president, marketing & business development, Darren Lee, tells LaboratoryTalk how electronic detection can complement next-generation sequencing (NGS).
Steve Maggs, managing director, European operations at EquipNet discusses the importance of asset management, and how you can generate income and improve efficiency for your organisation by looking proactively for surplus and idle lab equipment.
This short video, “Save Time and Simplify Panels” from Mettler Toledo demonstrates how to reduce the number of instruments on a panel.
Temperature controlled microscopy firm Linkam Scientific Instruments has launched its first educational videos to help introduce users to some of the new thermal microscopy techniques and associated testing methods.
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Dolomite has published an application note that looks at the use of its hydrodynamic flow-focussing-based Small Droplet System for the formation of gas bubbles in liquid.
Mettler Toledo has produced a white paper illustrating how tunable diode laser (TDL) gas analysers can now be applied to all gas analysis processes using a range of process adaptions.