Kromasil EternityXT is a family of reinforced spherical silica particles for preparative HPLC media and analytical HPLC/UHPLC columns with best chemical stability even under harsh pH conditions.
TME manufactures temperature sensors for a wide range of applications.
The company supplies thermometers across several industries, from catering to building management and even Legionella testing.
The 15th Annual European Temperature Controlled Logistics Summit returns to Frankfurt, Germany, on the 25th-27th January 2016.
With 500 plus attendees, the show brings together life sciences logistics, supply chain and quality assurance professionals.
New for 2016 are:
* Pharma Ocean Freight Working Group Forum, update from the 2015 Initiative aiming to create working standards across the industry;
* Case study insight into Lane Qualification versus Continual Monitoring;
* Introducing the Supply Chain Tour – a whole day visiting multiple sites including airports, freight forwarders, packaging production and track the package from arrival to delivery direct to the customer;
* Cross industry expertise – hear from various different industries on their success and supply chain excellence for their products;
* Cost Evaluation Workshops - Building a cost-effective solution for your CRT products;
* Hear the latest case studies in rail freight, air freight, road and ocean. Where is temperature logistics heading? How will technology such as 3D printing effect the temperature controlled logistics market?
* Bio-Logistics focus forum – Key case studies focus on overcoming the challenges in transporting vaccines, blood products and gene therapies.
Confirmed speakers so far include:
Eugenio Filippi , Senior Manager, European Plasma Logistics and Dispositioning Center, Baxter; Jeroen Janssens , Senior Manager, Centre of Excellence for Packaging & Cold Chain, GSK Vaccines; Alexander Bahr, Director Logistics and Supply Chain Integration, McDonalds, Mark Edwards, former Global Freight Manager, Actavis, Joerg Woyke, Global Category Lead – Warehousing & Distribution, Sandoz AG; Rajesh Pednekar, Head of Distribution, Pfizer; Graham Martin, Cool Chain Strategic Development Manager, Pfizer.
Kromasil EternityXT is a family of reinforced spherical silica particles for preparative HPLC media and analytical HPLC/UHPLC columns with the best chemical stability even under harsh pH conditions.
There is an Odyssey Imager to fit the needs of any life science lab. All Odyssey Imagers offer the accuracy and linearity of quantitative, reproducible infrared Western blots, high sensitivity, wide linear dynamic range. Users will never need to use film again - or wait in line for the darkroom!
Choose the best Odyssey Imaging System for your lab's needs: Odyssey CLx Infrared Imaging System - the most versatile of all the Odyssey systems, the CLx supports the broadest range of applications and has a large scannin surface area. Odyssey Sa Infrared Imaging System - the economical infrared imaging system for any lab, the Sa also offers plate-based assay automation options and an optional barcode reader accessory. Odyssey Fc Dual-Mode Imaging System - a chemiluminescent near-infrared fluorescent imaging system primarily for Western blots, the Fc also has a 600nm channel for ethidium bromide-stained DNA gel imaging.
OC Robotics has developed remote robots designed for handling operations within confined or hazardous spaces.
Snake-arm robotics provide access solutions for industries such as nuclear, aerospace, medical and security. They have flexible robotic arms that don't have prominent elbows, so they can follow their nose into confined spaces.
Watch this short video to find out more about the company and snake-arm robots, from Andrew Graham, Technical Director and Founder of OC Robotics.
As stem cells differentiate, they commit to one lineage or another. Watch how Lonza helped one cell find his limitless potential.
To date, chip-based retinal implants have only permitted a rudimentary restoration of vision. However, modifying the electrical signals emitted by the implants could change that. This is the conclusion of the initial published findings of a project sponsored by the Austrian Science Fund FWF, which showed that two specific retinal cell types respond differently to certain electrical signals – an effect that could improve the perception of light-dark contrasts. For more click HERE.
The video below shows the stimulation of nerve cells in the retina.
This new YouTube video, published by Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) specialist, Autoscribe, provides a practical demonstration of the ease of configuration of the Matrix Gemini LIMS. Since each individual laboratory is a little different from its nearest equivalent and often vastly different from laboratories in different industries, Matrix Gemini’s OneTime configuration tools provide the flexibility to ensure that customers are not forced into a particular system design. These versatile configuration tools offer a ‘drag and drop’ approach to build a personalised user interface with no impact on the underlying core code.
Edited from a series of webinars run by Autoscribe, this video illustrates how new screens, new workflows and new interfaces to custom tables can be designed simply and easily. The video shows the steps involved starting from the basic aspects of form design for screens, such as adding text fields, dropdowns, calculation fields etc, and builds up to the creation of a custom table. Global indexing of all fields ensures that if a field name is changed it is automatically updated across all screens containing that field.
The tools can be used to configure any screen in the system, allowing, for example, unique workflows to be created for each user or groups of users. Every change to a screen is automatically audited for version control, ensuring that it is possible to revert back to any earlier version, if required. Should any additional help be required, screens can also be saved and emailed to Autoscribe help desks for modifications, before being returned and incorporated into the system.
Campden BRI is strengthening its food analysis capabilities with a six-figure investment in a micro computed tomography (CT) instrument.
The new CT scanner will enhance and complement the suite of imaging techniques already on offer at Campden BRI by enabling their scientists to measure and image the internal structure of small samples in 3D at high resolution without destroying the sample. For more click HERE.