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Advanced imaging systems follow fluorescent RNA movement in living cells

Three DeltaVision Core systems and an OMX 'super resolution' instrument to study how RNA behaves in real time



Software for multicapillary gel electrophoresis systems

QIAGEN’s ScreenGel software enables the convenient DNA fragment and RNA analysis with the QIAxcel multicapillary gel electrophoresis systems



Best practice in water pumps for injection systems

Mogens Roy Olesen describes the essential challenges in terms of both design, performance and purity for water pumps used in injection systems.



Optimised imaging systems for high-speed analysis

Imaging technologies are now even more optimised to meet the laboratory's main requirements: ease of use and swift analysis of results, Sean Ottewell reports



Harnessing the immune system's diagnostic power

A team of scientists have pioneered a method for profiling the immune system, using clues provided by antibody activity to track an individual's state of health.



Emergency shower and eyewash systems

Urban legend has it that the first steady stream eyewash was devised by an industrial plant manager who was concerned about his employees' and adapted two drinking fountain bubbler heads and valves mounted on opposing sides of a sink.



Complete systems for large size bottles

A new range of containers from 15 to 40 litres targeting the food, water and beer market has been launched.



Range of Water Purification Systems

Thermo Fisher Scientific has engineered a range of flexible water purification systems that can be used independently or as part of an integrated water system.



Simplex Isolation Systems

Simplex products - cleanrooms, softwalls, strip doors, aluminium framing, hardware and more - are designed as modular units for easy expansion or reconfiguration.



Automated filling and capping systems for clinical trial facility

A novel vial filler and capping unit installed at a bio-therapeutic product manufacturing plant has done away with cleaning validation and cross-contamination at the same time as simplifying product changeover. Sean Ottewell reports.



Improved charge and energy storage systems

A recent discovery made by UC San Diego engineers could lead to carbon nanotube-based supercapacitors that could do just this.



Next-Gen Temperature Control Systems

Thermo Fisher Scientific announced a new thermostat option for its line of Thermo Scientific next-generation temperature control systems.



Imaging: Microscopic systems through holographic video

Physicists have developed a technique to record three-dimensional movies of microscopic systems, such as biological molecules, through holographic video.



Immune system's role in narcolepsy

Scientists have identified a gene associated with narcolepsy, a disorder that causes disabling daytime sleepiness, sleep attacks, irresistible bouts of sleep that can strike at any time, and disturbed sleep at night.



Hydro-Safe Water Filtration Systems

The new Hydro-Safe filtration system's 3-in-1 design is engineered to provide superior performance in a convenient package.



High-Pressure Processing Systems

Avure's Fresher Under Pressure product lines combine over 50 years of technical excellence in ultra high-pressure hydrostatic pressure systems with 25 years in high-pressure processing technology.



Synthesis systems for chemistry & process development

Radleys has chosen the forthcoming ACHEMA 2009 exhibition to launch a new generation of laboratory synthesis systems designed to enable chemists and process development engineers to get more for less.



Systems integration capabilities boost uptake of bioinformatics

Integration and interoperability among different software vendors, database providers, computer hardware, and in-house compilations have become the key focus of research pertaining to both bioinformatics and clinical informatics.



Model-based monitoring and control enhances drying systems

Juliette Cameron focuses on one of the most energy intensive food production operations: drying.



Bioprocessing systems

New Brunswick Scientific has expanded its line of pilot and production-scale bioprocessing systems to include fermentors sized 75 to 3000 litres and cell culture bioreactors to 500 litres.



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