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Investment in R&D and cleanroom expertise

The new research and development facility will be used to test and manufacture a non-addictive alternative to methadone, in order to improve patient experience on a global scale



Antibacterial tribo-tape

Surfaces where areas wear in hygiene-sensitive applications can be lined quickly and easily



Flowmeters for critical applications

Flow measurement solutions in food and drink, laboratory, medical and pharmaceuticals



Ultra-slim slimline transilluminators for working with small gels and samples

Transilluminators reduce operating costs and minimising UV exposure to the lab technician



Getting connected

Informatics infrastructure enables the fully integrated pharmaceutical laboratory. Trish Meek reports



Improved microplate technology speeds analytical techniques

Novel microplate and microplate reader technologies are making data analysis faster, more accurate and more powerful. Sean Ottewell reports.



Training courses in laboratory freeze drying

SP Scientific has announced new summer and fall 2012 dates for its popular hands-on laboratory training courses in freeze drying and cycle optimization techniques.



Improved workflow at hospital laboratory

Equipment and software from Roche ensures a modern and efficient pathology service



Expert witness laboratory analytical service

Warwick will advise on the most suitable methods to meet your needs and deliver a quality service with a fast turnaround



Online process refractometer supplement laboratory analysis

The process refractometer of the PMD700 series enables precise monitoring of the concentration in real time with an accuracy of up to 0.2g/l



Enhances calibration laboratory capability

Starna Scientific has recently installed another new Cary 5000 reference spectrophotometer



Thermostatic laboratory chillers

Thermostatic technology enables fast temperature ramping, and this delivers immediate heating and cooling for an extremely efficient workflow



Flexible partnership key to operation of managed laboratory service

Roche Diagnostics demonstrated that they could provide an analytical and financial solution that met the aims and objectives of the Cwm Taf Project Team in Wales



Free use of laboratory facilities up for grabs for UK businesses

Organisations entering simply need to show that they are working in the key areas of energy, healthcare or environment



Coated glassware protects scientists while improving laboratory productivity

Kimble Chase, the largest manufacturer of laboratory glassware products in the world, introduces KimCote plastic coated glassware



Slimming aid from the cell laboratory?

Researchers know that external influences can stimulate the production of brown fat tissue in animals. If rodents are kept at low temperatures, clusters of brown fat cells form amid the white fat tissue.



High-end SaaS-based electronic laboratory notebook

Contur Software enables single researchers and smaller research groups to use high-end electronic laboratory notebooks with no need to invest in hardware, licenses or maintenance.



Controlled Laboratory Reactor

Knowledge of the heat transfer coefficients of reactors can provide important information relating to the thermodynamics of a reaction and estimation of the overall reaction power and enthalpy.



Ball screw selection for medical and laboratory applications

Tarek Bugaighis takes a brief look at ball screw basics when used in a laboratory applications then examines ball screw options and some recent developments.



The six steps to replacing your laboratory autoclave

When it is time to replace or upgrade your laboratory autoclave, you should take time to consider your options. Tony Collins offers this advice.



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