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Mixer-Reactor chip improves control of rapid highly exothermic reactions

Uniqsis Ltd. has demonstrated how its proprietary glass static mixer-reactor chip technology can be used to perform highly exothermic reactions more conveniently at higher temperatures with useful throughputs under continuous flow-through conditions.



Workflow-orientated incubation for live cell imaging

Olympus continues to expand the capabilities of its IX3 inverted microscope frames with the launch of cellVivo - a new, modular and flexible incubation system, including darkroom and laser-safety capabilities.



HUBER high precision thermoregulation in laboratories

HUBER Petite Fleur®, Ministat® and Minichiller® are environmentally friendly and cost-effective thermoregulation machines charged with natural refrigerants, perfectly suited for laboratories



Jacketed reaction vessel offers precise control

The new ReactoMate Pilot jacketed reaction vessel, from Asynt, offers precise control of reaction variables, a powerful direct drive overhead stirrer and excellent reaction visibility even with the vacuum jacket option.



Portable thermal imaging kits for academic & industrial labs

FLIR Systems has expanded its range of highly affordable, entry level R&D grade thermal imaging kits for academic teaching and industrial research labs.



Temperature and flow controller for fluidised baths

Self-contained TC-9D Controller enhances temperature accuracy and stability



pH electrodes provide measurement in variable temperature environments

Suitable for quality control and research for biological samples and proteins, dairy, food and beverages



Space saving sample tubes for low temperature storage

Manufactured in solvent resistant polypropylene, Micronic storage products maximises the operational uptime



Chilling/heating incubators feature temperature ramping

New range of fully programmable, chilling/heating, bench top incubators with temperature ramping



Chiller has temperature range of -20 to 40°C

Huber Minichillers reduce water consumption and improve process efficiencies



CO2 levels explain temperature fluctuations

Increasingly, the Earth's climate appears to be more connected than anyone would have imagined. El Niño can spawn heat waves and droughts as far away as Africa.



Tomato quality depends on temperature

A team of scientists has questioned the generally held belief that the quality of tomatoes depends primarily on their exposure to natural light and states that the most determining factor is temperature.



Next-Gen Temperature Control Systems

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



Lab equipment: Reliable product temperature monitoring

Providing repeatable and accurate placement of a product thermocouple in a vial or bottle - the Virtis MVP Probe System is a proven freeze drying accessory designed to ensure reliable product temperature monitoring.



Temperature regulations and circadian rhythms

Geneticists have made new inroads into understanding the regulatory circuitry of the biological clock that synchronises the ebb and flow of daily activities, according to two studies.



‘Real’ over temperature protection

Aprocess safety and protection feature is now included as standard on the Huber third generation Unistat series.



Magnetic cooling achieved at room temperature

Researchers in the Risø National Laboratory at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) have achieved their first milestone in magnetic cooling – between 5 and 10° of cooling.



Pressure, humidity and temperature measurement

Vaisala has introduced a new generation barometric pressure, relative humidity and temperature measuring transmitter series, the Vaisala Combined Pressure, Humidity and Temperature Transmitter PTU300.



Next generation temperature control

Radleys has announced the launch of a new generation of Huber Ministat thermoregulators combining compactness, high performance and operational flexibility.



Reliable temperature measurement is key to the sterilisation cycle

The elimination of micro-organisms to the point at which they are no longer detectable in standard media culture, is a basic and essential process within the fields of pharmaceutical manufacturing, research and in health care organisations. The process within which this is carried out is sterilisation, of which there are various forms, but perhaps the most prominent of these is steam or moist heat sterilisation. Neville J. Mitchell reports.



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