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Autoclaves improve lab performance download
The QCS front loading autoclave range from Priorclave is designed to increase sterilising throughput using improved load capacity and top operating performance.
Genevac has launched the Rocket Evaporator, designed to provide unattended operational capabilities.
Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute (CHORI) is using Bio-Rad’s TGX Stain-Free gels to demonstrate how target genes regulate low-density lipoprotein receptor (LDLR) protein.
An OI Analytical photometric detector has been used in the processing of spearmint oils to help address the volatility of sulphur compounds.
Metrohm’s 850 Professional IC coupled to an Agilent 7700x ICP-MS was chosen for a study into analysis of arsenic in prenatal and children’s dietary supplements.
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.
With traditional chromatography techniques reaching their limits in nanoparticle separation, Field-Flow Fractionation could become a valuable alternative.
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.
Micromeritics’ Instrument Grant Committee has selected the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Rutgers University as its latest grant recipient.
Research into using metamaterials is set to receive a £2.5 million investment from the Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council.
The University of Cambridge appoints engineering services firm in £40m facilities project.
BD Diagnostics’ Paul Holt discusses the options a cytopathology lab has in automating its sample transfer and analysis processes.
A growing number of laboratory analysts are now using ultra-high purity hydrogen when performing gas chromatography (GC), says Air Products.
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.
Every year, there are no less than 400.000 samples examined by official food inspection bodies. This helps to grow consumers’ confidence in the safety of our foodstuff.
Macromolecular characterisation instrumentation and software firm Wyatt Technology has published a whitepaper on characterising molecular structure in synthetic and natural polymers by multi-angle light scattering.
The Institute of Validation Technology has released a technical article that provides insight to the HMLT and strategies for obtaining successful validation of the test.