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Lab Innovations 2017

Returns to the NEC, Birmingham, UK, for the sixth consecutive year on the 1st and 2nd of November 2017



High throughput chemistry in microwave vials

Enables clean, safe synthesis without the hazards or problems associated with silicon oil baths or heating mantles



Nobel Prize for Chemistry awarded for microscope work

Three researchers share prize for development of super-resolved fluorescence microscopy



Examining the light scattering behaviour of known promiscuous inhibitors

How a rapid method for detecting non-specific small molecule aggregation can facilitate compound screening



Highly affordable lab safety shield

Asynt's Lab Safety Shield has been designed to neatly fit around popular brands of stirrer hotplate to provide protection for chemists from draughts, splashes, aerosols and spills.



Science showman to speak at Lab Innovations 2013

Professor Andrea Sella, the science showman, whose theatrical chemistry demonstrations fill theatres up and down the country, will deliver a keynote address at Lab Innovations 2013, which takes place on 6 & 7 November 2013 at the NEC.



EKF Diagnostics launches ß-Hydroxybutyrate strip test

STAT-Site M ß-HB will be premiered at Booth #3614 at the American Association for Clinical Chemistry’s Annual Meeting and Clinical Lab Expo in Houston, 30th July to 1st August.



Novel 3-Way clamping device for round-bottomed flasks & condensers

The DrySyn 3-Position Clamp from Asynt has been designed to enable chemists performing parallel synthesis to secure up to 3 round bottomed flasks or condensers to a standard boss head.



Fast access to high microplate sample integrity

Porvair Sciences has launched a new online service providing organisations with easy access to next day delivery on competitively priced, high performance microplate thermal seals.



Comprehensive new product guide for step-by-step nucleic acid chemistry

Link Technologies Ltd, an ISO 9001:2008 certified specialist oligonucleotide reagent manufacturer, has announced the release of its 2013/14 Product Guide.



Nottingham further invest in green chemistry laboratory

The School of Chemistry at the University of Nottingham (UK) has placed a sizeable order with Asynt to upgrade their undergraduate teaching facilities with DrySyn Scholar Plus heating block systems.



A safety guide for using laboratory heating blocks

Asynt in conjunction with the Department of Chemistry, University of St Andrews (UK) and Advanced Chemical Safety Inc. (USA) have produced an 8-page illustrated document to provide laboratory staff with an IN BEST PRACTICE GUIDE to safe use of heating block systems.



Royal Society of Chemistry unveils its conference for Lab Innovations 2013

The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) is bringing together leading scientists, technical experts and two of science’s most famous names, in a special free-to-attend conference at easyFairs LAB INNOVATIONS on 6 &7 November 2013 at Birmingham’s NEC.



Versatile parallel synthesis product range

Asynt has designed its range of products for parallel synthesis to share standard parts (inserts) for reaction tube, vial and round-bottom flask based reactions.



Thermo Fisher Scientific releases new small benchtop centrifuge

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. has launched the new Thermo Scientific small benchtop centrifuge, delivering, in a compact footprint, the flexibility to adapt to evolving clinical and research needs alike, including clinical chemistry, cell culture, microbiology and hematology.



Reference guide to microplate chemical compatibility

Porvair Sciences has announced a new version of its Chemical Compatibility Chart that provides an easy-to-use reference guide detailing the chemical resistance of membranes and matrices used in microplates to a wide range of common laboratory chemicals.



Danish chemists in molecular chip breakthrough

Electronic components built from single molecules using chemical synthesis could pave the way for smaller, faster and more green and sustainable electronic devices. Now for the first time, a transistor made from just one molecular monolayer has been made to work where it really counts. On a computer chip.



Innovative medication to shatter blood clots with light

University of Copenhagen chemist Jørn Bolstad Christensen has been tasked, as part of an International team, with developing a unique approach to attacking the deadly arterial deposits.



Another ‘trophy’ for the chemistry cabinet

The search for cleaner, low temperature nuclear fuels has produced a shock result for a team of experts at The University of Nottingham.



Highly specific Lp(a) assay from Randox available for chemistry analysers

The Randox liquid ready to use Lipoprotein (a) assay provides a highly sensitive and specific method for the detection of Lp(a) in human serum and plasma.



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