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High throughput biological sample collection and processing

An increasing number of clinical labs are being confronted with a growing need to process more samples in parallel without jeopardising the quality of their results



Gently conveying and precise feeding of sensitive bulk foods

Food producers are exposed to a growing number of challenges and guidelines



Industrial blender for mashing fresh raw vegetables and fruit

Fresh vegetables and fruit are increasingly being used for innovative and healthy food products



Best practices for blood banking

Maurizio Merli and Joe Arteaga examine best practice considerations for successful blood banking and look at innovations in some of the instrumentation involved in the processing, tracing, storage, and monitoring of blood



LIMO FAC - optimal for automated assembly

LIMO fast axis collimators can be optimally used with monolithically integrated reference surfaces or adjustment grooves for automatic adjustment.



Mass flow controllers for food and beverage processing

Precise flow control maintains process integrity and product quality



Food processing coolers utilises high-velocity, plenum-directed fluid motion

Many pastas, rice, dry beans and vegetables can now be chilled from 200°Fto 40° - 50°F in 21 seconds with uniform cooling, less than one per cent product damage and significantly reduced time in the bacterial danger zone. By Jim McMahon



High-throughput tissue processing

Thermo Scientific STP 420ES Tissue Processor accelerates processing times and enables leaner workflows



Processing of 96 samples in less than 30 minutes

Automation of a magnetic bead workflow for protein biomarker quantification



Processing of high-titer bioreactor feeds

GE Healthcare launches MabSelect SuRe LX affinity chromatography medium



Meet the hygienic challenges of food processing

The food and beverage processing industry is one of the most highly regulated industries and faces unique challenges, not least hygienically



Assay kits aid simple and simultaneous processing of multiple samples

A specialist company in high purity reagents for glycobiology and glycoanalysis has announced a number of new and unique kits for proteoglycan research



Automation tools to keep pace with genomic sample processing needs

Reducing sample processing time and increasing number of samples processed while cutting amount of sample-to-sample variability



Rapid system for high-throughput sample processing

The Capit-All IS Automated Capper/Decapper is a robust, high-throughput instrument can de-cap or re-cap an entire rack of samples in less than ten seconds.



Bearing replacements solve fish processing line failures

Bearing replacements on a fish processing line and a baking dough mixing machine solve production problems.



High pressure processing in food preservation

Various forms of heat and chemicals are the usual methods of preserving food. Now, however, high pressure processing has overcome its traditional cost disadvantages and is sparking new business opportunities for food processors around the world. Sean Ottewell reports.



Enzyme triggers switch in glucose processing

A study investigating how a cellular enzyme affects blood glucose levels in mice provides clues to pathways that may be involved in processes including the regulation of longevity and the proliferation of tumour cells.



Miniature-scale processing for research and product development

When it comes to producing test quantities and samples of new products, many manufacturers rely on production equipment - resulting in considerable downtime on the production floor.



Sleep deprivation affects processing

Sleep deprivation causes some people to shift from a more automatic, implicit process of information categorization to a more controlled, explicit process.



Brain innately separates objects for processing

For unknown reasons, the human brain distinctly separates the handling of images of living things from images of non-living things, processing each image type in a different area of the brain.



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