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Smart monitoring technology for biopharma market

ChargePoint Technology, has advanced its smart monitoring solution, Verifi, to support the biopharma market.

Correlative materials characterisation

University of Surrey performs in-situ and correlative materials characterisation using the Deben MT5000 Microtest

New cameras with 20MP sensor

uEye CP cameras from IDS can capture even the smallest details

Collaboration to curate compound libraries

Cresset and Liverpool ChiroChem announce collaboration to curate cost effective, novel and highly diverse compound libraries

Putting the cleaning power of microbes to work

It is easy to think of microbes as harmful organisms that spread disease. However, as in the case of penicillin, there are actually many non-pathogenic microorganisms that can be put to good use

Scientific breakthrough of global importance

The origin of a deadly wheat pathogen which threatens a vital global food source has been identified by an international team of academic researchers including two professors from the University of the Free State in South Africa

New system for high pressure reaction screening

Asynt has developed a novel high-pressure reactor array that integrates directly with its Integrity 10 Reaction Station, enabling scientists to undertake up to 10 independently pressurised reactions (up to 100 barg) in parallel

Optimised filtration microplates

Porvair Sciences has expanded its range of high-performance microplates to offer an optimised product to suit a wide range of filtration applications

New model of rotary tablet press

Benefiting from a very small footprint for a high-output commercial-scale machine, the Performa D offers an excellent size-to-output ratio in terms of both cost and square metreage per tablet

New valve line for biopharm sector

ITT Engineered Valves introduces ultra-compact EnviZion valve product line for biopharm industry. New BioviZion 1/4-1/2” size valve addresses critical reliability needs of sampling and low flow bioprocess applications

Microbial air sampler range to expand

Pinpoint Scientific has secured further investment into its business, to aid the development of its ImpactAir range of environmental monitoring solutions

Transfecting human embryonic stem cells

AMS Bio reports on how it has worked with Singapore General Hospital (Singapore) to help them identify the best reagent to transfect their human embryonic stems cells

The first 7T PET/MR integrated imaging system in Israel

MR Solutions has installed the first 7T PET/MR preclinical imaging system in Israel. The dry magnet system is helping to advance medical research at the Wohl Institute for Translational Medicine, part of the Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Center in Jerusalem

New cryogenic tubes

New range of 2D barcoded tubes for sample storage at ultra-low temperatures

AF4-UV-ICPMS technique improves ecotoxicology studies

Postnova Analytics has posted a new on-demand webinar introducing how advanced analytical techniques are impacting the field of nanogeochemistry

Breakthrough in terahertz waves

Hamamatsu Photonics has successfully produced terahertz waves at a wavelength of 450 μm, which is the world’s longest wavelength available from a single semiconductor laser

Assessing the off-target effects of gene editing

Assessing the off-target effects of gene editing. By Garrett Rettig, Research Scientist, Integrated DNA Technologies (IDT)

Ultrasonic flowmeters help reduce drug production costs

Titan Enterprises reports that its Atrato and MetraFlow ultrasonic inline flowmeters are being used by drug manufacturers to streamline production and reduce costs

Bio-decontamination cycle time reduced by 20%

Bioquell's new calibration capability reduces bio-decontamination cycle time by 20%

ICP-OES systems with added intelligence

Agilent announces new ICP-OES systems with innovative instrument intelligence - smart capabilities deliver deep insight into samples, processes, and operational status


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