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Porvair launches HPLC sample evaporators

Porvair Sciences announces new versions of its MiniVap and UltraVap blowdown evaporators that use warm air or nitrogen to speed up the...

Using fibre lasers for ground-breaking particle acceleration technologies

Scientists from the Optoelectronics Research Centre (ORC) at the University of Southampton are part of an international project that is investigating the use of fibre lasers in ground-breaking particle accelerator technologies, such as the...

European MASStastic Voyage

AB SCIEX, Phenomenex and Peak Scientific have announced the start of the 2013 tour of the European MASStastic Voyage, featuring a state-of-the-art mobile laboratory travelling across Europe.

Chameleon pulsar baffles astronomers

A pulsar that is able, without warning, to dramatically change the way in which it shines has been identified by an international team including scientists from The University of Manchester.

Protein production: going viral

A research team of scientists from EMBL Grenoble and the IGBMC in Strasbourg, France, have, for the first time, described in molecular detail the architecture of the central scaffold of TFIID: the human protein complex essential for...

New catalogue from Peak Scientific

Peak Scientific have recently released their new product catalogue for 2013. The catalogue shows a layout re-design featuring updated product images and literature.

Light scattering techniques support formulation development

Researchers develop methods to test protein stability under a variety of conditions

New Siemens mammography system lowers radiation dose up to 30%

Siemens Healthcare is launching the Mammomat Inspiration Prime Edition – the first mammography system that lowers patient dose up to 30 percent without compromising image quality.

Siemens presents new product lines for angiography

Siemens Healthcare has developed a revolutionary new X-ray tube and detector technology for its Artis Q and Artis Q.zen angiography systems to improve minimally invasive therapy of diseases such as coronary artery disease, stroke and...

HiTek Power enters market for standard mass spectrometry power supplies

HiTek Power Ltd, a world-leading manufacturer of standard and custom-designed high-voltage power supplies, has used its expertise gained...

The evolutionary origins of our pretty smile

It takes both teeth and jaws to make a pretty smile, but the evolutionary origins of these parts of our anatomy have only just been discovered, thanks to a particle accelerator and a long dead fish.

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...

Empa X-ray expert "decodes" diesel soot

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has classified diesel soot as a lung carcinogen. Artur Braun, a physicist at Empa and an X-ray spectroscopy expert, has made crucial contributions to analyzing the structure and composition of soot...

Structural analysis opens the way to new anti-influenza drugs

Researchers at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Grenoble, France, have determined the detailed 3-dimensional structure of part of the flu virus’ RNA polymerase, an enzyme that is crucial for influenza virus replication....

Learning to sniff bad breath can help diagnose oral disease

An unusual course is being run at UWE Bristol for health professionals who want to help patients with bad breath.

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...

Giant raft of data to help us understand disease

Scientists at the Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research at the University of Copenhagen have used a new method to assemble a massive catalogue of data on proteins. This gives them unprecedented insight into a process called...

University of Nottingham to house world's first liquid X-ray machine

The University of Nottingham will be the base for the world’s first Liquid Phase Photoelectron Spectroscopy (LiPPS) machine, a high performance tool that will increase the UK’s competitiveness in a range of high-value industrial sectors...

BAC BV launches CaptureSelect® C-tag affinity matrix for highly efficient recombinant protein purification

A revolutionary purification resin for C-terminal EPEA tagged proteins combining highly selective binding, even under denaturing condition, with mild elution of the target using the shortest affinity tag system available.

Improved reversed phase analysis of intact proteins

Michael McGinley, Deborah Jarret, Jeff Layne and Dirk Hansen demostrate how new core-shell particles with their engineered particle design...

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