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More machines fit into same cleanroom space

The new Shawpak thermo-packaging machine developed by Riverside Medical Packaging allows manufacturers to replace a 20m long packing line with a single unit under 2m in length. A compact integrated control system developed by Mitsubishi Electric is key to optimising the machine¹s performance while keeping within a small target size envelope



Chemistry labs benefit from condenser

Synthetic chemistry labs benefit from waterless condenser. Asynt Condensyn waterless condenser is used by the Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin)



NGS portfolio expands

OGT makes NGS coverage and expertise more accessible: SureSeq complete library preparation solution delivers excellent data quality



Priorclave extends its sterilising support

Specialist autoclave manufacturer Priorclave has extended its support to laboratories by offering a complete lab decontamination service, the additional service has been made available through a working relationship with The Decontaminator



New wide field of view camera

BioTek Instruments announces a new wide field of view (FOV) camera option for its Cytation 5 Cell Imaging Multi-Mode Reader



Intelligent LC/MS system

Agilent introduces intelligent LC/MS system for Chromatographers: an intuitive quadrupole that incorporates 'designed-in' smart features



New matchmaking tool for Lab Innovations event

New B2B matchmaking tool makes a visit to Lab Innovations 2019 even more productive. Lab Connect online meeting planner enables growing exhibitor and visitor numbers to get the most from their visit to the NEC on 30 - 31 October 2019



Four new microbiome kits introduced

Loop Genomics deploys new sequencing technology and protocols designed to provide unparalleled insight into microbiome research



Deben stage used in university research

University of Aberdeen uses the Deben CT5000 to observe compressive damage mechanisms in syntactic foam



New touch monitoring system

Latest touch monitoring system from Hygiena provides easier controls, improved data handling, links to intuitive software



Artificial intelligence boosts proteome research

Using artificial intelligence, researchers at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have succeeded in making the mass analysis of proteins from any organism significantly faster than before and almost error-free



How different antibiotics work together

In a project funded by the Austrian Science Fund FWF, a research group led by biophysicist Tobias Bollenbach is investigating the effect of antibiotic combinations on bacteria. Their aim is to develop new strategies against antibiotic resistance



New separation technique solves complex applications

Postnova Analytics reports on growing use of its EAF2000 system to separate and characterise complex proteins, antibodies and viruses as well as charged nanoparticles, colloids and polymers



Versatile 2D rack scanner

Ziath's DataPaq Mirage CMOS-camera based 2D tube rack scanner can now read Brooks Acoustix tubes, in addition to all popular makes of coded tubes in ANSI/SLAS format racks



Assessing nanoparticle antimicrobial properties

Testa Analytical Solutions reports on how a light scattering goniometer has been used to help assess the antimicrobial properties of silver and copper nanoparticles



Great opportunity for young scientists

For the fifth year in a row, ‘lab4you’ program for young scientists offered. Laboratory space is available for research - young scientists invited to submit brief abstract for application



Hybrid isolator series launched

Flow Sciences has introduced a new hybrid isolator series (EHP and EHG) which provides containment for highly toxic applications using APIs and HPAPIs that require personnel and/or product protection



New MS bench system

Peak Scientific debuts modular MS Bench system with integrated gas supply for SCIEX LC-MS/MS



Getting answers in healthcare

A guide to systematic reviews and meta-analyses in healthcare



Calling all science photographers

Entries are now being accepted for The Royal Photographic Society’s new Science Photographer of the Year competition 2019



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