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Integrating titrinos

The tiamo software project from Metrohm, integrates titrinos and titrandos, meters, dosinos, sample changers, robotic sample processors, etc, to form a complete system for laboratory analysis.

Collection and visualisation of medical appliance data

The new Dometic Monitoring Software is a universal software package for data collection and visualisation of medical appliances.

Electronic micropipette is simpler and safer

Socorex's new microprocessor-controlled instrument aims to make electronic pipetting simpler and safer than ever.

Use of electronic submissions software to continue growing

According to a new survey of life sciences regulatory and technology professionals, an overwhelming majority (87 per cent) of respondents see their organisation's use of electronic submissions software increasing, with nearly one-third...

Governments hold key to growth of lab software and systems

It's all change in the European laboratory software and systems market as connectivity becomes the watchword. However, market growth is threatened by tight health budgets. Sean Ottewell reports.

Improved data logger can now be used in washer disinfectors and autoclaves

Gemini's improved data logger can now work as efficiently at 135ºC as it does at 121ºC. This means the same logger can be used in washer disinfectors and in autoclaves.

R&D spending to refill empty therapeutic pipelines

Having generated an estimated $535 million in 2002, the global combinatorial chemistry markets are projected to reach $852 million in 2009, at a compound annual growth rate of 6.9 per cent.

Sensor does away with sample pre-treatment

The SIRE Biosensor is based on award-winning research by Dr Dario Kriz, who manages the European Institute of Science and chairs the Chemel board.

Mass spectrometry efficiency rises

A new software package that raises the efficiency of mass spectrometry is now available from Autoscribe.

Improved spectroscopy software

Ultrasonic Scientific Ltd launches new, enhanced customer-driven software, Smart Sound for its range of High-Resolution Ultrasonic Spectrometers (HR-US).

Software-controlled microscopy

Software-controlled microscopy is the catchphrase. New technologies and the opportunities offered by them have changed the way people work at the microscope and the entire world of the laboratory. Dr Manfred Kässens reports.

Purification of Plasmid DNA by polishing and Endotoxin removal

Increasing requirements for higher purity plasmid DNA preparations have driven the development of new chromatography technologies. Victor Bornsztejn reports.

Enabling confocal microscopy

Bio-Rad latest confocal systems CellMap ID and CellMap IC are the first two models in a family of products designed to produce high quality confocal images at an affordable price for individual laboratories.

Integrated instrument for gel permeation chromatography

Gel permeation chromatography is a well-developed technique for determining the molecular weight distribution of polymers. Dr Greg Saunders reports.

Bar-code labelling

The new YSI 7100 MBS system from Analytical Technologies is designed to measure multiple chemistries, combining the proven accuracy of YSI chemical sensors with the speed of simultaneous multiple chemistry testing.

Complex peptide mixture analysis through ion trap mass spectrometer

Traditionally, rapid identification of low abundance proteins in complex mixtures has utilised three-dimensional (3D) quadrupole ion trap spectrometry systems.

web services framework

LIMS provider Starlims Corporation has released an integrated web services framework, a web service software application, whose public interfaces are described using XML allowing other software systems to control it.

Advances in microarray technology speed research

Gene expression, the study of gene activity in cells to understand the genetic causes of disease, is revolutionising drug research and aiding in the treatment of conditions such as cancer and cardiovascular disease.

Standardised solutions are key to dna microarray growth

Compared with the total research products market, the DNA microarray market continues to experience robust growth world wide, says new analysis by Frost & Sullivan. ...

Automation innovations provide twin boost for lab efficiency

Known as Crystal Farm, a new imaging system developed in the USA simplifies and automates protein crystallisation by integrating incubation at chosen temperatures together with optical imaging of the crystal growth plates at pre-scheduled...

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