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The Flir SC660 thermal imaging camera is designed to deliver a combination of infrared and visible spectral images of superior quality and temperature measurement accuracy.
The latest enhanced general purpose centrifuge product line from Thermo Scientific offers clinical and life science researchers the ability to spin more samples in a single run while maximising lab space.
EMCCD camera from Photometrics download
The Evolve 128 deep-cooled, back-thinned EMCCD camera is designed to offer life science researchers the world’s first advanced feature set specifically for low-light-level bio-imaging applications.
Due to run on 22nd January 2014, the webinar entitled ’Secondary Drying Optimization for Proteinaceous Drug Formula’ is chaired by Lisa M Hardwick from Baxter Biopharma Solutions.
Malvern Instruments has posted an application note demonstrating its Viscotek SEC-MALS 20 multi angle light scattering (MALS) detector for size exclusion chromatography.
Pharmaceutical manufacturer Thornton & Ross has introduced the Autoscribe Matrix Gemini LIMS system to improve efficiencies in the quality control (QC) laboratories for raw materials and finished products.
Genevac has developed a protocol using its SuperCool 75 condenser proven to set a new benchmark for enhanced evaporation and lyophilisation results.
Making the right connections download
Dr Bülent Peker of Olympus microscopy explored how researchers at the Institute of Neurosciences, Technical University Munich have been studying the neuronal connections within the health and disease sectors.
Experts at Osaka University have documented a luminescent protein which allowed real-time imaging of intracellular structures in living cells.
Stress-free HPLC method transfer download
Ade Kujore from Cecil Instruments outlines issues that need to be addressed when writing HPLC methods for transfer.
The first part of the Malvern Instruments rheology toolkit series, designed to explore some fundamental rheological tests that can be used to generate valuable information for formulation, product development, QC, and process troubleshooting, has been released.
The rheology toolkit is a series of short articles exploring some fundamental rheological tests that can be used to generate information for formulation, product development, QC and process troubleshooting.
Researchers at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle have used Droplet Digital PCR to demonstrate the quantification of a tumour-attacking immune cell known to improve cancer survival.
Researchers at the Universite de Montreal have developed a Raman scattering method to improve detection of infinitely small molecules.
In an industry first, US scientists have developed a new technique which has allowed them to study a photosynthetic complex in its complete functioning state.
As the final preparations are being made for Lab Innovations 2013 at the NEC, Birmingham on 6-7 November, Lord Winston has answered a Q&A on the challenges faced in the UK science sectors.
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.
Exeter Analytical has produced a video that provides an informative introduction to the technique of elemental microanalysis that provides precise determination of percentage Carbon (C), Hydrogen (H) and Nitrogen in a sample.
High performance temperature control download
Labtex has released a white paper which details an introduction to temperature control, its practical advantages and accompanying case studies.
In the informative white paper from Labtex, its experts detail a complete guide to high performance fluoroplastic labware and its applications.