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New international genome research centre to open in Denmark

BGI Europe, a subsidiary of the leading Chinese genomic organisation previously known as Beijing Genomics Institute, will open its first European genome research centre in Copenhagen, Denmark.



Open bore and open ended syringes

Qosina has recently added a 10 ml Open Bore Syringe (#C1105) and two 20ml Open Ended Syringes (#C2500 and C2501) to their extensive line of syringes. These syringes are made of an ABS plunger, a silicone plunger tip and a shatter-resistant polycarbonate barrel, which ensures visual clarity



Dover Motion DDM series open frame X-Y table suits high throughput image and bio processing

Dover Motion Inc. has released a open frame X-Y positioning stage with a dynamic performance and accuracy capability that will suit demanding high throughput automation applications for imaging and biotechnology.



Remote open access for biochemical analysis

TTP LabTech will present a range of posters at Laboratory Automation 2011



Open source innovation increasingly being used in drug discovery

New discoveries have led to the need for new ways to tap the vast amounts of information, so as to optimise its potential use



Open communications ensure pharmaceutical excellence

Brazil’s most modern pharmaceutical manufacturing plant achieves world class productivity and quality through the extensive use of CC-Link open communications for its automation systems



Open and laparoscopic prostate surgery

Researchers advise that men considering prostate cancer surgery should understand the expected benefits and risks of each technique to facilitate decision making and set realistic expectations.



Open Source DNA

After a published paper found serious security holes in the way DNA data is made publicly available, health institutes in the United States and across the world removed all genetic data from public access.



Open Access Research Celebrated

The winners of BioMed Central's 3rd Annual Research Awards were announced at an awards ceremony at London's Barbican Centre.



Nanoribbons from sliced open nanotubes

A team of researchers has developed a new method that will allow relatively precise production of mass quantities of the tiny ribbons by slicing open carbon nanotubes.



Centrifuges open new dimension in performance

The Rotina420 centrifuges are developed for large volumes, yet are not overly large in size.



Open source comes to high speed Internet chips

Open source ideas are moving from operating systems such as Linux to the chips being used for the latest DSL equipment. Nick Flaherty reports.



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