Modern technique could pave the way for an accelerated drug development process.
US drugs firm AbbVie has acquired Shire in a deal worth approximately £32 billion.
Bioreactor-on-a-chip system could be used to meet the global need for blood transfusions, new research suggests.
UK-based nanoparticle manufacturer is scaling-up its production capabilities.
Resolve Optics has supplied non-browning zoom lens to the Satellite Servicing Capabilities Office (SSCO) at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, US.
The University of Leeds Electron Microscopy and Spectrocopy Centre has extended its electron microscopy capability by installing the first of a new generation of high performance cold field emission SEMs.
Malvern improves NanoSight software download
Malvern Instruments has launched NTA 3.0, a new version of the software that drives its NanoSight Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) systems.
Peak Scientific will be exhibiting its Precision range at the North America Chemical Residue Workshop’s (NACRW) national conference, at the TradeWinds Island Grand, Florida this week.
Asynt has launched PressureSyn, a 125ml working volume high pressure reactor that combines performance, ease of use and operational safety for users.
TAP Biosystems has launched a stainless steel version of the fill-it system, designed for safely dispensing biohazardous materials such as vaccine stocks.
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.
The battle against cancer is something most people can identify with. Fortunately, researchers are continually finding new and improved ways of fighting the disease.
A digital system that allows scientists to scan images of tissue slides and patient histories, attach matching barcodes and upload to a database has been suggested as the future of digital pathology.
Modern drug discovery has been much in the news recently, but how many of the big pharmaceutical breakthroughs will ever make it to market?
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.
In the final part of our exclusive laboratory contamination series, Thermo Fisher Scientific’s global product manager Dennis Gorlick provides useful advice on how to choose a membrane and filtration product.
An informative video interview with professor Steve Conlan of the College of Medicine at Swansea University, UK highlights the latest research developments in women’s reproductive health using unique molecular biology tools.
Stephen Fry narrates an introduction to nanoscience from the University of Cambridge’s nanofabrication and characterisation facility.
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.
Laboratory gas firm Peak Scientific has published a technical brief which aims to demonstrate the performance of GC-MS using hydrogen carrier gas.