The EFOS Lite, from Jenton International, is a small area curing system suitable for use in manual precision medical device assembly environments.

Automated dispersive Raman spectrometer

The Nicolet Almega dispersive Raman spectrometer is a Class I laser safe package. The system features multiple laser wavelength option for high resolution confocal Raman microscopy and a fully integrated, full sized Raman sample...

Advances in spectroscopy: the Internet is changing everything

Since 1995 there has been explosive growth in the use of the Internet by the general public. The penetration of the Internet into society is also fundamentally changing the face of scientific, chemical and spectroscopic research. By James...

Vapour pressure osmometer

The fundamental advantages of vapour pressure osmometry are now embodied what is claimed to be the most intelligent osmometer ever produced. Wescor's Vapro offers an intuitive approach that afrees users from intensively managing an...


The ProSpecT 24 hour stool diagnostic algorithm provides the first practical, rapid system to expedite diagnosis of enteric disease. The comprehensive menu of ELISA assays, each utilising the same common format for simple, accurate and...

Protein concentration prior to separation and analysis

Many research applications require concentration of dilute protein solutions. The miVac sample concentrator from Genevac provides a proven efficient and cost effective alternative to membrane centrifugation techniques for protein...

Peak Scientific offer solutions to the world Helium shortage

Recent international studies have confirmed that the world will run out of helium gas in 25 years if current usage remains unchecked. As well as concerns for the future the gases scarcity has seen its price rise by 70% in recent years.

Promoting efficient gas dependent flow reactions

Uniqsis Ltd has announced a new Gas Addition Module for its FlowSyn continuous flow reactor range.

Economic approach to protein precipitation sample preparation

The Combipack™ is Porvair Sciences economic response to the growing use of protein precipitation separation techniques in chromatography...

HPLC modelling software

Dr Hans-Jürgen Rieger outlines the benefits of the latest high-performance liquid chromatography modelling software

Speed of data acquisition at heart of gas chromatography advance

Speed of data acquisition, together with bleed levels and inertness, are at the heart of innovations in the gas chromatography market. Sean...

Achieving lower detection limits of volatile nitrosamines in tobacco

Eric Phillips and Mary Dennis discuss the use of triple quadrupole GC-MS/MS as a potential solution for accurate detection, measurement and...

Air Products drives standards of accuracy in gas analysis

Air Products is driving standards of accuracy in gas analysis by using its extensive knowledge and expertise to develop gas products that...

Pollution-busting laundry additive gets set to clean up

An additive created in a unique collaboration between the University of Sheffield and the London College of Fashion which can be washed into clothes so the wearer purifies the air as they move could be available within just two years.

JRC report reviews measurement methods for nanoparticle sizing

A new report by the European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC) presents an in-depth review of methods available to measure the size of nanoparticles.

Determining equilibrium affinity and stoichiometry in solution via light scattering

Sophia Kenrick and Daniel Some look at efficient automation of composition-gradient multi-angle light scattering measurements for...

Advances in chromatography and spectroscopy

The best new releases focus on lower detection limits, better precision and improved productivity

Agilent technologies launches new software for gel permeation chromatography

Agilent Technologies has announced the launch of the new Agilent GPC/SEC software for gel permeation/size exclusion chromatography with improved measurement and reporting capabilities for the food, chemical and pharmaceutical industries.

Study reveals Neanderthals at El Sidrón in Northern Spain had knowledge of plants’ healing qualities

An international team of researchers, led by the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and the University of York, has provided the first molecular evidence that Neanderthals not only ate a range of cooked plant foods, but also understood its...

Binary Gradient LC/MS Pump

The Varian 212-LC chromatography pump is engineered to be the most stable and reliable analytical LC/MS pump in the laboratory today.




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