Life sciences minister George Freeman will today discuss the success of the UK life sciences strategy, and announce a major review of the regulatory barriers to accelerate access to treatments for patients on the NHS.
A pathogen outbreak at a hospital in 2011 was controlled by real-time genome sequencing, a new report suggests.
Dutch experts claim new compound could ’open the way’ to developing new nanoscale circuits.
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.
Olympus cellSens’ latest imaging software offers functions and support for the latest microscopy hardware, enabling life science researchers to observe and react to the most elusive events taking place within biological samples.
FEI has released two application packages for its third-generation Helios NanoLab DualBeam systems, including the plasma-sourced Helios PFIB.
The E-capper from Porvair Sciences produces top quality seals and minimises the risk of repetitive strain injuries (RSI) in operators tasked with sealing deep well microplates or storage tube racks with re-useable cap mats.
Designed for the convenience of everyday use, and ideal under low-light conditions, the five megapixel SC50 microscope camera from Olympus is built on the latest CMOS chip technology to deliver improved speed, sensitivity and resolution.
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.
Equipnet toolkit: $40m recovered download
The second part of the Equipnet toolkit series discusses the successful management of idle and surplus assets.
COMMENT & FEATURES
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.
As both Senegal and Nigeria are declared Ebola-free, is the deadly virus that has swept through much of West Africa finally being eradicated?
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.
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.
Cloud-based temperature and humidity monitor videodownload
The Saveris 2 system was developed by Testo’s measurement technology specialists in Germany’s Black Forest. They were set one simple task; design a solution so customers can monitor their temperature and humidity levels easily, anytime and anywhere, without needing to compromise security or bother with time consuming software.
Gas bubble generation in water download
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.