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Compact new evaporator

The new MiniVap nitrogen blowdown evaporator from Porvair Sciences is purpose designed for research and development departments where low numbers of individual microplates or vials need drying

Software suite for light scattering goniometer

Testa Analytical Solutions has launched the new Particle Explorer software suite for its popular BI-200SM light scattering goniometer system

Fly genome sequencing

Agriprotein completes sequencing of black soldier fly genome

Forensic evidence drying cabinets

The Safekeeper series of forensic evidence drying cabinets are designed to store, dry or otherwise process forensic evidence in the controlled environment of a tamper-resistant chamber to maintain the chain of custody

Micro precision for time-pressure dosing

Cutting-edge diagnosis and genomic equipment depends on high accuracy and speed to deliver results. Operating with micro quantities of fluid in this context presents a significant challenge - which has now been overcome, thanks to Bürkert’s new pressure controller

3D cell culture proves invaluable

AMS Bio reports on the pioneering research published by scientists at Stanford University Medical School that has cited Mimetix aligned 3D cell culture scaffold supplied by the company to understand the architecture of the myelin sheaths which insulate neuronal axons, so they can transmit electrical impulses quickly and efficiently

Tracking samples to improve food safety

Ziath has launched a competitively priced starter kit for organisations involved in food research, production and testing to keep track of samples to help improve food safety

New benchtop lab gas analyser

Benchtop lab gas analyser measures hydrogen sulphide without interference or false positives

Laser for two-photon microscopy

The FemtoFiber ultra 920 is the new member of Toptica's third generation, high power ultrafast fibre lasers for spectroscopy and two-photon microscopy

Time-saving PCR workstations

Time-saving pre-tested AC600 PCR workstations from Syngene maximise PCR success by minimising potential DNA contamination

Faster time to clinical candidate

Faster time to clinical candidate using FEP activity prediction now universally available in Flare V3

Groundbreaking chemistry research

High-pressure microfluidisation enables oil droplets to enter inorganic crystals

Reducing well plate prep time

Anima Biotech, based in Tel Aviv, Israel, is using Integra's Viaflo 96/384 handheld electronic pipette to study protein translation

Robotic microplate handling system

Microplates are rectangular blocks of plastic that contain an array of test tubes. Standard in the laboratory, these plates vary in size from 96 wells to 1,536 wells

Smart monitoring technology for biopharma market

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

New cameras with 20MP sensor

uEye CP cameras from IDS can capture even the smallest details

Correlative materials characterisation

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

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

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