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How to make the switch to microplates

Dr Andrea Krumm reveals how a microplate reader facilitates microbiology and overcomes auto-fluorescence



How can scientists help with effective science communication?

Maya Raghunandan describes how scientists can help with effective science communication



Extra intelligence coming to spectroscopy

Andrew Williams reports on the projects that are bringing extra intelligence to spectroscopy



Next-gen objectives for life science microscopy

Olympus delivers an advance to life science microscopy with the launch of its next-generation X Line objectives



Updated clinical trial design tool

Data analysis and clinical trial software specialist, Exploristics, has announced plans to launch an updated version of its cloud-based data analytics platform for clinical trial design, KerusCloud 2.0, by the end of the summer



New technology to revolutionise drug development

The search for new drugs to combat diseases more effectively could be revolutionised through a new £30 million electron microscopy project



New gel electrophoresis equipment

Latest horizontal and vertical gel electrophoresis equipment saves time and effort by producing perfect gels for Syngene imaging systems



Lab automation assisting in drug research

Exploring the impact of automation on drug research



Why does the observed protein molecular weight differ from the calculated one?

Article examining the most commonly encountered reasons for observed discrepancies in the molecular weight of examined proteins



Ultra-high performance CRISPR Cas12a enzyme

IDT¹s new CRISPR Cas12a (Cpf1) Ultra enzyme can target new sites within the genome and with greater efficiency



New CO2 incubators

Being Instruments has introduced its new Bio series of CO2 Incubators that help guarantee that precious cells are in an environment maximally suited to optimise their growth potential



Tipping the scales

Labelling proteins with ubiquitin paves new road to cell regulation research



New microscope lens

Thermal imager microscope lens for temperature monitoring of ultra-small targets from Micro-Epsilon



New sensor technology for single-use bioreactors

Emerson's Rosemount 550pH sensor and Rosemount 550DW dissolved oxygen sensor adapter meet the needs of the rapidly growing biopharmaceutical single-use market



Mouse bispecific antibody reagents launched

Absolute Antibody launches mouse bispecific antibody reagents: novel fully murine knob-into-hole antibodies for immunotherapy research and drug development



Personalised medicines a step closer

The Xaar 1201 printhead is proving instrumental in helping Nottingham-based research organisation, Added Scientific, establish the suitability of inkjet printing in the manufacture of personalised pharmaceutical pills, where dosages could be tailored to individuals on an industrial scale



New software for biopharma sector

Sartorius Stedim Biotech introduces new SIimca 16 software for multivariate data analytics: saves time with functionality, modelling and data pre-processing



New pharma software launched

Pioneering software designed to integrate marking equipment, data matrix code reading and alphanumerical digital control for pharmaceutical industry



Innovation in imaging

CytoSMART raises 5.2 million Euros for further product innovation and growth in the field of digital microscopes for monitoring live cell cultures



Improving parallel reactions

Asynt announces the DrySyn Multi-M high temperature adapter - a new product that enables scientists to undertake parallel reactions that require solution temperatures of over 400°C



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