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Olympus has enhancesd its core cellSens imaging and analysis software with the release of version 1.8.
The OsteoMAX-XF claims to be the first fully defined, xeno-free human mesenchymal stem cell differentiation medium.
The University of Pennsylvania has used a pattern of nanoantennas to develop a new way of turning infrared light into mechanical action.
Stress-free HPLC method transfer download
Ade Kujore from Cecil Instruments outlines issues that need to be addressed when writing HPLC methods for transfer.
With traditional chromatography techniques reaching their limits in nanoparticle separation, Field-Flow Fractionation could become a valuable alternative.
With increasingly complex polymers entering the laboratory, Waters has taken on the challenge of providing improved speed and accuracy in analysis.
Brookfield Engineering has published an application note comparing texture analysis of various cheese samples using a 45° cone probe.
Researchers have been able to scale-up the continuous process for chlorination of primary alcohols using a Syrris Asia 110 system.
ddPCR technology has been found to be suitable for routine analysis of genetically modified organisms.
Malvern’s Paul Clarke takes a look at how light scattering theory can improve detector choice.
Stuart Phillips, LC/LCMS business manager at Shimadzu UK, explores the company’s recent innovations in liquid chromatography.
Reach Separations’ Peter Ridgway and Philip Abbott discuss UK research in chromatography.
The video demonstrates a SPE microplate method for reproducible, high throughput isolation of DNA-free total RNA.
FDA shake-up sparks cleaning QC download
After a recent spate of inspections, conducted by the Food & Drug Association (FDA), it seems quality control (QC) procedures are being implemented by pharmaceutical manufacturers.
Uniqsis has published an application note detailing a mild nitration method that minimises the risks posed by volatile nitrating mixture.