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Phenomenex has launched its Kinetex Core-Shell Biphenyl HPLC/UHPLC columns, giving researchers orthogonal selectivity to traditional C18 phases.
Freeman Technology will be demonstrating the ability of its FT4 Powder Rheometer to support the development of pharmaceutical manufacturing processes at Interphex 2014.
Radleys’ Tornado and Carousel 6 system has been adopted by the College of Life Science and Technology at the Beijing Institute of Chemical Technology.
Bioo Scientific has launched NEXTflex Dual-Indexed DNA Barcodes, designed for multiplexing of up to 192 samples.
Optical Surfaces is supplying ultra high precision matched beamsplitter/compensator optics for a leading spectrophotometer manufacturer.
Scientists at the Leibniz-Institute for Molecular Pharmacology (FMP) in Berlin, Germany, are benefitting from a Tecan solution for their pipetting needs.
The Seward Stomacher technology is being applied in combination with sponge swabs for hygiene monitoring and biosecurity applications.
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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.
The chemical fingerprinting of food samples will be key in the fight against food fraud, according to experts at a major products exhibition in the US last week.
New methods for growing heart cells could significantly reduce the need to use animals in drug testing, according to research conducted at Imperial College London (ICL).
The state of a person’s metabolism and short-term mortality can be illustrated with a new scientific blood analysis biomarker, according to research.
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.
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HPLC ColumnStore is a low cost and effective way to store 30, 60 or 90 HPLC columns.
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.