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New Chromatography Software

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., the world leader in serving science, has introduced new ChromQuest 5.0 Chromatography Data System (CDS)...

New CC-Pilot controller

The new Huber CC-Pilot controller sets a new benchmark for easy-to-use, flexible control of the world's favourite thermostat bath range.

Direct determination of Organic Carbon

A method for direct automated elemental analysis of organic carbon in sediment samples with a minimum of sample preparation is available for the Exeter Analytical Model CE-440 CHN Elemental Analyser.

Portable FT-IR Spectrometers

A2 Technologies announced enhancements to its product line, designed for on-site lubrication analysis of systems in the power industry

New device reliably couples gas chromatography columns

Once again, the major equipment suppliers have chosen Pittcon to launch their latest innovations. Sean Ottewell looks at some of the best in...

Software processes mountains of genome data

New software is one of a new breed of computer programs able to accurately process the mountains of genome data flowing from the latest generation of gene decoding machines

Femtogram-level measurements

Researchers have demonstrated a method for simultaneous structural and chemical characterisation of samples at the femtogram level and below.

Precise 3-D imageing of the human brain

New technology at is enabling researchers to translate the most abstract, complex scientific concepts into clearer, more precise 3-dimensional images.

Designer enzyme protection

Designer enzymes will have applications for defence against biological warfare, by deactivating pathogenic biological agents.

MALDI LTQ XL mass spectrometer

The addition of MALDI to the LTQ XL linear ion trap provides information-rich spectra that are essential for the analysis of digested proteins and PTMs.

Y501 Automated Relative Viscometer

The Y501 Automated Relative Viscometer (ARV) from Viscotek is a productive system for automated measurement of the viscosities.

Double door/pass-through type autoclaves

Lee Oakley examines the issues around specifying, design and installation of a double door/pass-through-type autoclaves for clean room and...

The importance of being well prepared

Dan Crothers looks at how laboratory paddle blenders have offered fast reliable homogenisation for a wide range of laboratory samples

Cobas b 123 POC blood gas analyser system

Designed specifically to be used at the point of care, the cobas b 123 is ideal for use in critical care units, emergency rooms and other...

Identification of clinically significant micro-organisms

Remel RapID microbial identification systems and the Oxoid Microbact biochemical identification kits require no capital investment

Lab labelling system has clear advantages for samples

Creates clear, durable labels which withstand low-temperature sample storage

Analysis of cadmium in chocolate by atomic absorption spectrometry

The contamination of foodstuffs with heavy metals is a major food safety-related issue around the globe. Hazel Dickson shows how graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry can be used to accurately determine cadmium concentrations in...

Atomic absorption spectrometry provides mercury analysis in fish

Mercury contamination in fish is a worldwide problem. Here, Dr Andrew David Bowen and Hazel Dickson provide details of the reagents, sample preparation and instrument conditions needed to analyse low levels of it using atomic absorption...

Moisture content determination in samples

The TitraLab580 monoburette and TitraLab585 biburette Karl Fischer Titration Workstations provide efficient moisture content determination in quality control samples.

Calibration of autoclaves helps remove uncertainties

Why bother with calibration and performance qualification testing of autoclaves? Peter Melling explains why, in this litigious age, it is worth the bother.

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