Anti-oxidant compounds found on the outer skin of specific fruits could be used to treat certain dementias, new research suggests.
The effect of superradiance could be reversed to create a device capable of drawing-in light ultra-efficiently.
The discovery of vault nanoparticles could help eradicate deadly diseases that currently have no cure.
The Institutional Biobank of Lausanne in Switzerland has invested in 2D sample storage consumables from Micronic to safeguard its valuable samples.
The Olympus Technology Grant has been launched to award innovative projects with free loan of the company’s most advanced opto-digital systems.
Water quality experts Hach Lange explains the difference between UV Transmission and UV Absorbance methods.
When facing the unique requirements of the scientific, industrial and healthcare sectors, sometimes something more than an off-the-shelf solution is required, Stuart says.
Added functionality, simpler navigation and direct links to social media channels are some of the key features of Lab M’s new website.
AMSBIO has developed a custom phospho-specific antibody production service designed to be both reliable and produce high quality products.
Metrohm Applikon analysers have been successfully implemented in all kind of industries for many years.
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.
The first part of the EquipNet toolkit series is designed to educate and inform on best practice for asset management within the chemical, biotechnology, pharmaceutical and food industries.
As the first year at university for many students approaches, so does the threat of ’freshers flu’.
Is more laboratory analysis and experimentation the key to making bioprocessing breakthroughs pay their way, asks Louisa Hearn.
Monday 4th August 2014 marked 100 years since Britain entered the First World War. Aside from the unimaginable loss of life caused by constant battle, soldiers also had to contend with a relatively unknown foe: chemical warfare.
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.
A culture of risk-taking can help a company to stand out from the crowd, says Imerys process engineer Jarrod Hart. He tells Louisa Hearn why materials science has become such a high-stakes business.
New material structures could be used to magnetically direct the flow of cells through a diagnostic chip’s microchannels, according to research published today.
Cryogenic vials with unrivalled cap seals videodownload
This short video from Wheaton describes the company’s CryoELITE cryogenic Vials that are designed to offer unrivalled cap seals that exceed DOT and IATA regulations.
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.
UPC2/MS analysis of fatty acids provides a simple and fast method with a significant reduction in analysis time compared to alternative techniques such as GC/MS, according to the latest research.
Peak Scientific gas chromatography specialist Ed Connor explains the performance of palladium diffusers for use in the reliable purification of hydrogen.