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6M€ European grant awarded to ExPaNDS

A new 6M€ grant is being launched for the Photon and Neutron Data Services (ExPaNDS) to come together and work under the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). This ambitious project will create enormous opportunities for scientific communities, and through their findings for humankind worldwide



New objective positioner

The NanoScan OP400 objective positioner - for high speed, high accuracy, repeatable Z stacking



Assay-ready workstation launched

Hamilton introduces the ID Nimbus Presto for automated high-volume nucleic acid extractions: system integrates Thermo Scientific KingFisher Presto for rapid processing of calcified tissues and other challenging samples



MALDI imaging in neurological research

The importance of MALDI imaging in revealing the complexities of neurological disorders. By Professor Masaya Ikegawa, Genomics and Proteomics for Human and Model Organisms, Department of Medical Life Systems at Doshisha University



New centrifuge series launched

The Thermo Scientific General Purpose Pro centrifuge series offers a powerful separation solution in an ergonomically enhanced design



Manipulating Micro and Nanoscales With Acousto-Microfluidic Technology

CEA-Leti has developed a new acousto-microfluidic technology for manipulating micro- and nanoscale samples using evanescent sound waves.



Fast, affordable material ID

The new Vanta Element XRF analyser offers the essential features that the Vanta series is known for – speed, reliability, ruggedness, connectivity and smartphone-like ease of use – in a cost-effective model



Heparan sulphate antibodies for HSPG research

AMS Bio has launched a range of high-quality heparan sulphate (HS) antibodies from F69-3G10, F58-10E4 and JM403 clones, which have been proven ideal for targeted binding of HS in heparan sulphate proteoglycans (HSPG) research



Spin column launched

Quick and efficient sample homogenisation for plasmid protocols



New hydrogen generator for GC-FID

Peak Scientific has introduced its latest hydrogen gas solution: Precision SL, the company's smallest and easiest to use laboratory-grade hydrogen generator for GC-FID



Samplix launches Xdrop

Samplix has announced the commercial launch of its Xdrop sample preparation products for PCR-free target enrichment yet maintaining PCR-level specificity



Non-invasive analysis

Non-invasive analysis using benchtop TD-NMR: Analytik launches range of benchtop Time-Domain Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (TD-NMR) systems



Ductless fume hoods

The Purair Eco Series ductless fume hoods are designed to protect the user and the environment from hazardous vapours generated on the work surface



Feeder-free medium for stem cell culture

AMS Bio introduces StemFit Basic04, a next generation feeder-free medium for the maintenance of Induced Pluripotent Stem (iPS) and Embryonic Stem (ES) cells during the reprogramming, expansion and differentiation phases of stem cell culture



New vacuum extraction solution

Biotage is pleased to announce the launch of the Biotage VacMaster Disk, a vacuum extraction unit for performing manual, disk-based extractions of semi-volatile organic compounds and hexane-extractable materials (HEMs) from aqueous matrices



High-precision biosensors

Introducing new high precision Streptavidin 2.0 (SAX2) biosensors for GxP laboratories - developed and qualified for applications in downstream drug discovery and regulated environments that have stringent assay precision requirements



Laboratories of the future

Game-changing instrumentation and presentations spanning new regulations to artificial intelligence feature in the UK’s most forward-thinking laboratory event



The physiology of survival

New research shows that for bacteria, the neighbours co-determine which cell dies first



Inverted microscope launched

ioLight, creator of the world’s first high-resolution portable microscope, has used its expertise to launch a new compact inverted microscope



Microfluidiser offers effective cell disruption

Analytik reports on how the School of Biological & Chemical Sciences at Queen Mary University, London (QMUL) has been using a LM20 Microfluidiser for cell disruption of a broad range of cell types including E. coli, yeasts and Diatom



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