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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



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



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 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



Drug discovery collaboration

Sygnature Discovery, a leading independent integrated drug discovery and pre-clinical services company, has announced a collaboration with SilcsBio, a scientific software company focused on high-throughput fully atomistic simulations of protein targets and protein-ligand structures



16-channel pipette

Integra Biosciences is expanding the Evolve manual pipette range with the launch of the new 16-channel Evolve



New line for virus manufacturing

Germany-based contract development and manufacturing organisation (CDMO) Vibalogics has increased its single-use bioreactor and purification capacity with a new manufacturing line to meet increasing demand for its specialist oncolytic virus and viral vector manufacturing services



Chilling/heating incubators

Torrey Pines Scientific announces the new larger EchoTherm chilling/heating incubators that are ideal for incubating Zebrafish Eggs and Larvae below, at, or above room temperature



New microscopy concept

Efficient digital documentation of microscopic samples: Smart Microscopy from Zeiss simplifies biomedical routine lab work



Scientific centre of excellence

NanoFCM opens European office and Centre of Excellence for scientific application support in Nottingham, UK



Bringing customisation to NGS

IDT brings new customisation to NGS. Launch of custom NGS adapters and portfolio expansion delivers more flexibility and ease-of-use



Tools to advance immunotherapy

Agilent announces portfolio to advance immunotherapy. Innovative solution provides cell-based tools for translational research and development



New extraction disks

Biotage has launched the Atlantic ReadyDisk product family - solid phase extraction (SPE) disks, pre-assembled into single-use holders, for extracting semi-volatile organic compounds from aqueous samples



Mini-centrifuge opens new organ-on-chip possibilities

A simple innovation the size of a grain of sand means we can now analyse cells and tiny particles as if they were inside the human body



New cell culture microbioreactor system

Sartorius Stedim Biotech launches new ambr 15 Cell Culture Microbioreactor system: new design for improved clone selection as well as media and feed optimisation in fed‑batch and perfusion mimic conditions



Energy analyser with upgraded pressure range

The Prevac EA15-HP1 hemispherical energy analyser now allows high-resolution photoemission spectroscopy measurements in environments from UHV up to 5 mbar



Cleanroom microbiology showcase

Cherwell Laboratories to highlight cleanroom microbiology solutions at The Cleanroom Technology Conference - firm will offer practical advice on environmental monitoring and process validation



RNA transport in neurons

A team of scientists from Helmholtz Zentrum München and the University of Ulm has discovered that the neuronal transport factor Staufen2 scans and binds to its target transcripts in a much more complex manner than previously thought



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