New natural product lab opens

The Body Shop opens new £1 million beauty innovation hub

Natural products drug discovery symposium announced

Groundbreaking research into the development of new medicines from the earth’s natural resources will be the focus of a symposium in March, hosted by the University of Aberdeen.

Cutting edge products for 3D cell culture, regenerative medicine & glycobiology

AMSBIO has announced that it will be displaying its latest innovative products for life science research at SLAS 2012 - one of the world's largest laboratory automation and screening trade shows and congresses.

Contamination control products and clinical diagnostic kits

Detecting, eliminating and preventing cell culture contamination and identifying Legionella in water samples

New tool for more creativity in the production of convenience products

Walter Rau AG has added two new dimensions by using virgin vegetable oils - vegolio mix and match - offering functionality, better taste and look. Marinade oils are usually blends of refined vegetable oil and vegetable fat and structured in a manner, that a stable, pasty yet pump able consistency is achieved

Collaboration on new products for flow chemistry

Polar Bear uses advanced cooling technology without the need for solid CO2, solvents or heat transfer fluids

Monitoring hydrogen sulphide in bottled water products

Hydrogen sulphide should not be detectable in drinking water by either taste or odour. Michael Strahand reports

Innovation driven by new products and processes

Pasteurisation processes, antimicrobial agents and specialty fats are dominating innovations in food R&D

High-quality desktop products

Cresset announced that it has launched Versaphor, a new desktop applications division aimed at supplying high quality tools based on its molecular Fields technology.

More spent on products with detailed nutritional information

People would be willing to pay more for products that carry detailed nutritional information than for the so-called light items.

qPCR Products Improve Sensitivity in Toxicogenomic Studies

Thermo Fisher Scientific is now assisting researchers at the University of Surrey, Guildford, UK as they study changes in gene expression within cultured human cells that are exposed to drugs and toxicants.

Trend to sodium reduction in meat and poultry products

For years nutritionists have been asking for sodium reduction in food products. The WHO recommendation is 5g salt (2000mg sodium) per day for the general population.

Analytical Lab Septa Pawling Scientific Products

New material options, improved designs, and unique processing methods are used to improve product quality and process efficiency in the lab.

Products with mini engines

The development of a product always comes along with a risk, and many developments are ceased during laboratory stage.

Pea-based products

The newly developed and manufactured pea protein isolate Emvital from the producer of potato starches, flakes, granules and protein Emsland Group is suitbale for applications in many foodstuffs.

Prion investigational studies can help medicinal products

Dr Andy Bailey looks at the importance of carrying out prion inactivation or clearance studies.

Phenolic doses in plant-derived products

Although polyphenols are present in almost everything we eat, little research has been carried out into how the consumption of different plant-based materials affects overall exposure

Products as needed thanks to clear separation of process operations

The ECOtwin extrusion system enables the cooking degree and the bulk density of extruded products to be selected and controlled.

Control products specifically for food and beverage machinery

New safety regulations governing the installation of hygienic components on food and beverage manufacturing and packaging machinery recommend that machine designers fit the best equipment available at the time.

The new cleaners ­hygiene products are now based on biotechnology

The development of biotechnology-based cleaners is helping to clean up the world in more ways than one. Not only are these cleaners often more effective than their traditional counterparts, but they are safer to dispose of, less aggressive and often more cost effective than traditional options.






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