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New research and development partnership

Published on 9/07/2019

Olympus Europe and Cytosurge AG have announced their collaboration to significantly expand the awareness and availability of the FluidFM BOT in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

 

Optimising protein orientation

Published on 8/07/2019

Porvair Sciences has published data demonstrating how optimising protein orientation for maximum chromatin-antibody binding and capture enables its Chromatrap ChIP-seq kits to offer market-leading sensitivity.

 

Optimising biocatalytic hydrogenation

Published on 2/07/2019

Asynt’s DrySyn OCTO Mini reaction station is enabling researchers to optimise and expand the applications of HydRegen – innovative, heterogeneous biocatalytic hydrogenation technology currently under development within the group of Prof. Kylie Vincent at the University of Oxford.

 

Strategic partnership for IDT and ChosenMed

Published on 1/07/2019

IDT has announced it has entered a strategic cooperation with ChosenMed Technology, a Chinese medical sequencing firm focused on personalised medicine and transformation healthcare.

 

2D rack scanner now more versatile

Published on 28/06/2019

Ziath Ltd has announced its compact DataPaq Mirage CMOS-camera based 2D tube rack scanner can now read Brooks Acoustix tubes in addition to all popular makes of coded tubes in ANSI/SLAS format racks.

 

New Redipor Broth Kit debuts at APDM

Published on 27/06/2019

Cherwell Laboratories will be introducing a new Redipor Broth Kit at the Aseptic Preparation and Dispensing Medicines (APDM) Training Course on 8-12 July 2019.

 

Registration opens for Lab Innovations 2019

Published on 26/06/2019

Lab Innovations, the UK’s only trade show dedicated to the laboratory industry, has launched free advance registration for all visitors.

 

Antimicrobial properties of nanoparticles assessed

Published on 20/06/2019

Testa Analytical Solutions is reporting that a BI-200SM light scattering goniometer has been used to help assess the antimicrobial properties of silver and copper nanoparticles.

 

Labs benefit from waterless condenser

Published on 19/06/2019

A scientific evaluation of Asynt’s Condensyn waterless condenser has been conducted by the Technological University Dublin in the areas of performance versus Liebig water condensers, water savings potential and flood prevention.

 

NGS gets more accessible

Published on 18/06/2019

Oxford Gene Technology has expanded its SureSeq portfolio with a complete library preparation solution for hybridisation-based target capture in NGS, making its coverage uniformity and expertise more accessible.

 

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