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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



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



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



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



Benefits of freeze-drying microscope

Freeze-drying microscope generates critical formulation-specific data



Imaging system adopted by university

Anglia Ruskin University successfully uses Syngene imaging system for teaching applications and to study proteins implicated in diseases



New electrode for Zeta Potential measurement

Zeta Potential measurement on scarce, concentrated or sensitive samples can be done via a new tool from Testa Analytical Solutions



Eliminate instrument contamination

Eliminate the impact of PFAS instrument contamination with a Restek PFAS Delay Column



2D coded tube selection from racks

Ziath has announced a combination of instruments that ensures the correct 2D coded tubes are automatically withdrawn from storage racks without the huge expense of a fully-robotic tube picking system



Pharma expert opens new lab

Romaco China gains a new processing laboratory - new site officially opened on the Truking campus



Mass spec collaboration

Thermo Fisher and NX Prenatal to develop clinical mass spectrometry-based workflows for monitoring maternal and foetal health during pregnancy and evaluating risk of complications



Pharma specialist picks products to optimise sealing

S3 Process, an OEM specialising in process equipment for the pharmaceutical industry, is using BioPure BioClamp and BioPure silicone gasket technology on its new PuroVaso containers, for the effective handling of powders and tablets in life science applications



Benchtop centrifuges introduced

Labnet International has announced the recent addition of two new benchtop centrifuges to its popular laboratory centrifuge product line



Retinal organoid culture made easier

AMS Bio reports on how several leading European research groups have used its Lipidure coated microplates to help culture physiologically functional, light-responsive retinal organoids



Snake fangs studied

Stellenbosch University studies the morphology and mechanical properties of snake fangs using the Deben CT500



Monitoring dispersion in real time

Uniqsis Flow-UV inline UV-Visible spectrometer assists with real-time dispersion and nanoparticle distribution and agglomeration experiments



High-pressure parallel chemistry solution

Extremely flexible device for high-pressure parallel chemistry



Reducing reagent costs for in-vitro equipment

Reducing reagent costs for in-vitro diagnostic equipment: Tony Brennan at Bürkert looks at how the running costs associated with this equipment can be minimised



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