Innovative cell printing technologies hold promise for tissue engineering R&D

A novel method for printing human cells onto surfaces in defined patterns can help advance research on tissue engineering and regeneration, as described in an article in Tissue Engineering, Part C, Methods, a peer-reviewed journal from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.

Enhanced facilities spur the drive of emerging technologies

ACHEMA 2012 is close to being a sell-out event which will provide a global showcase for innovation and emerging technologies in the chemical engineering, environmental protection and biotechnology sectors.

Capping technologies rise to throughput challenge

As demand continues to grow for reagents, the latest capping technologies are focused on speed and accuracy. Sean Ottewell reports.

Syft Technologies

Syft Technologies has the ideal analytical tool - the Voice200, delivering a well-established, but newly available, technique called Selected Ion Flow Tube - Mass Spectrometry (SIFT-MS).

New technologies drive cell identification and selection

Technologies for cell biology are bringing new efficiencies to the process of biotherapeutic discovery and Genetix platforms are playing key roles.

call for better patient access to innovative technologies

Eucomed, the European Medical Technology Industry Association, has called on EU decision-makers to encourage and actively promote equitable and timely patient and clinician access to existing medical technologies for Parkinson's Disease, and more research into new therapies.

Harnessing new technologies for more powerful bioassays

Bioassays are becoming ever more powerful. Among the latest developments are a micro-sonicator capable of lysing difficult cells such as anthrax spores, and an ultra high throughput screening technique which allows one operator to perform a million assays every day.

New column technologies for HPLC and LC/MS

Thermo Hypersil-Keystone, manufacturer of Hypersil silica, has compiled its range of HPLC column designs and HPLC silica phases into a new catalogue.

Major investment in new microscope technologies

A project to drive forward the understanding of key biological processes by developing new microscope technologies has received a £2m funding boost. The new technologies will allow researchers to answer previously inaccessible questions related to cell biology, cancer, learning and memory, and molecular/cellular microbiology.

Using fibre lasers for ground-breaking particle acceleration technologies

Scientists from the Optoelectronics Research Centre (ORC) at the University of Southampton are part of an international project that is investigating the use of fibre lasers in ground-breaking particle accelerator technologies, such as the Large Hadron Collider (LHC).

New wave of technologies possible after ground-breaking analysis tool developed

A revolutionary tool created by scientists at the University of Sheffield has enabled researchers to analyse nanometer-sized devices without destroying them for the first time, opening the door to a new wave of technologies.

Agilent technologies launches new software for gel permeation chromatography

Agilent Technologies has announced the launch of the new Agilent GPC/SEC software for gel permeation/size exclusion chromatography with improved measurement and reporting capabilities for the food, chemical and pharmaceutical industries.





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