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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.

Improving data quality in nitrogen determination

Developed by Exeter Analytical Inc. for use with the Model 440 Elemental Analyzer - Linear Regression Plus is a unique software algorithm...

Singapore scientists lead in 3D mapping of human genome to help understand human diseases

Genome Institute of Singapore has led a continuing study on the human genome spatial/structural configuration, revealing how genes interact/communicate and influence each other, even when they are located far away from each other.

Biotage introduces biotage® SNAP ultra high performance flash chromatography cartridges

Biotage, a leading global supplier of solutions and technology for analytical and medicinal chemistry, introduced the new Biotage® SNAP Ultra high performance flash chromatography cartridges utilizing Biotage® HP-Sphere™ spherical...

Scientists map one of life’s molecular mysteries

All living organisms are made up of cells, behind these intricate life forms lie complex cellular processes that allow our bodies to function. Researchers working on protein secretion - a fundamental process in biology - have revealed how...

Merck Millipore enhances range of Direct-Q® 3, 5, 8 water purification systems

Merck Millipore, the Life Science division of Merck, has announced the availability of its new range of Direct-Q® water purification...

Heptares scientist report the first use of structure-based drug design to discover GPCR-targeted drug candidate

Heptares Therapeutics, the leading GPCR drug discovery company, provides an update on recent scientific publications that highlight its unique ability to generate valuable information on GPCR structures and ligand binding.

Genevac concentrator helps sports drug testing lab accelerate sample preparation

Genevac has announced an applications report that details how its miVac Duo sample concentrator has been used by a leading testing...

Waters and Tecan sign agreement for clinical assay platform

To address the growing need for greater efficiencies and throughput that can be obtained with the automation of routine clinical laboratory assays, Waters Corporation Tecan Group have entered into an agreement to combine Tecan’s Freedom...

Developing protein-based assays for early disease detection

Agilent Technologies Inc and Integrated Diagnostics have announced a strategic partnership

Fast, high-speed cell imaging takes centre stage

As the latest innovations demonstrate, cell imaging continues to play a key role in the development of the life sciences industry. And speed is key, as Sean Ottewell finds out

Massive international investment in new food science laboratories

Around the world, major investments in new food science laboratories are designed to bring the benefits of swift analyses to manufacturers...

Powerful and simple to use mass spectrometers

Laboratories are demanding low-cost, high throughput, affordable mass spec solutions

Detecting sulphur in hydrocarbons

The petroleum industry relies on high-speed, accurate and regulation-compliant measurement of sulphur content to maintain productivity. Sean...

Magnetic beads for proteomic applications

Sample purity and throughput are areas of key importance for proteomics researchers

Winner of 2012 Winter Conference Award in Plasma Spectrochemistry

Submissions now being accepted for 2014 award, says Thermo Fisher Scientific

Vector network analysers for breast cancer screening research

Rohde and Schwarz has supplied high speed vector network analysers to Bristol University spin-out Micrima for the clinical trials

Measurements of biomolecular interactions

Determining both the affinity and binding stoichiometry for macromolecules in solution with no need for immobilisation or tagging

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