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Comparison of NIRS techniques to determine caffeine content in tea

Near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) is an analytical tool that is used in many different fields, and many applications have already been described in the areas of agriculture, foodstuffs, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. Here, Angela Schmidt,...

Customer service and logistics are key to clinical trial sample analysis

The pharmaceutical industry is an international marketplace. With dedicated central laboratories in the UK and US, alliances in Asia, South Africa and Australia, CentraLabS can offer a truly global service. By Dr Daniel Chapple.

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.

Flexibility and speedy data analysis key for omics technologies

Large scale proteomics and metabolomics projects rely on high-speed data analysis software, together with fast throughput analysis systems....

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...

Jacobs researchers reveal the sweet secret of caramel

Slowly heating sugar until it transforms into tasty caramel is one of the culinary world’s basic delights and one of the first exposures of children to chemistry. Teasing apart the chemical composition of caramel has, however, been a...

Advances in chromatography and spectroscopy

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

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.

Extracting sugars from biomass

In a new paper, researchers have detailed some of the most fundamental processes involved in extracting sugars from biomass, the first step in producing ethanol by fermentation.

Some fish may be harmful

Not all fish are created equal, nor are they all equally good for you. Recent research indicates that tilapia, a widely eaten white fish,...

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...

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.

Siemens presents new x-ray and imaging solutions

Siemens presents ‘innovate to advance human health’ with IT, surgical, X-ray and ultrasound imaging at UKRC 2013

Porvair sciences expands range for epigenetics

Porvair Sciences has announced the addition of the novel Chromatrap chromatin immunoprecipitation assay range to its portfolio of products...

Laser empties atoms from the inside out

An international team of plasma physicists has used one of the world’s most powerful lasers to create highly unusual plasma composed of hollow atoms.

Testing treatments in a virtual world

Imagine if your GP or consultant were able to show you, through a computerised model of yourself, the effects of potential treatments on your body.

Scientists revolutionise electron microscope

Researchers at the University of Sheffield have revolutionised the electron microscope by developing a new method which could create the highest resolution images ever seen.

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