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Win a VIAFLO 96/384 pipette with INTEGRA

Published on 17/01/2019

INTEGRA Biosciences is offering labs the chance to supercharge their microplate pipetting, as they are offering up the chance to win a VIAFLO 96/384 pipette.

 

Promising new treatment for spinal injuries

Published on 16/01/2019

Global Chondroitinase ABC enzyme supplier, AMSBIO, is celebrating a recent publication touting the therapeutic efficacy of microtube-embedded Chondroitinase ABC on a group of dogs with naturally occurring spinal injuries.

 

Aligning off-axis paraboloids get updated guide

Published on 14/01/2019

Optical Surfaces Ltd. has announced that it produced an updated version of its popular ‘Practical Guide to Off-Axis Paraboloid Alignment Procedures’.

 

Like MBE father, like MBE daughter

Published on 11/01/2019

IBMS member Jeanie Martin, a biomedical scientist in the histocompatibility and immunogenetics laboratory at Belfast City Hospital, has been awarded an MBE like her father before her.

 

Growth maintained for Dolomite Bio

Published on 10/01/2019

Dolomite Bio, part of the Blacktrace group, is helping to drive forward the single-cell genomics revolution, and has maintained rapid growth trajectory throughout 2018 thanks to novel product launches.

 

New entry level academic reactor flask heating system

Published on 8/01/2019

Asynt has announced the DrySyn UNO Base, a versatile entry-level reactor flask heating system with heat resistant handle, making it a good way to conduct safe experiments in academic teaching and research labs.

 

A cracking success at the Crick

Published on 3/01/2019

Following an original order for 450 Mediline laboratory freezers for the Francis Crick Institute in 2017, Liebherr has now supplied around 950 Mediline appliances to the world-renowned institute.

 

Gentle, efficient buffer reagents for lysing cells

Published on 2/01/2019

Porvair Sciences has announced how its Chromatrap Lysis and Hypotonic buffers play a crucial role in enabling researchers to better explore and understand biological organisms' underlying processes and mechanisms.

Alderley Park to get new life science lab space

Published on 20/12/2018

Bruntwood SciTech has announced a £10m investment which will see the development of over 50,000 sq ft of laboratory facilities at Alderley Park in Cheshire.

 

Camera detects gas leakage in compressor

Published on 19/12/2018

FLIR Systems’ GF304 optical gas imaging camera has been used to detect Freon R-124 gas leaks from a refrigeration plant compressor without interrupting or shutting down operations.

 

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