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Triggering fast event captures

Published on 10/09/2019

Specialised Imaging, the leading supplier of high-performance triggering systems for capturing high quality images from ultra-fast events, has a range of trigger systems available.

 

Sample homogeniser is quick and efficient

Published on 9/09/2019

Porvair Sciences has announced their new Chromatrap Homogeniser Spin Column, which provides a quick, cost-effective way to homogenise cells and tissues lysates in a single step.

 

Single molecules get PCR-free target enrichment

Published on 6/09/2019

Samplix has announced the commercial launch of its Xdrop sample preparation products for PCR-free target enrichment that maintain PCR-level specificity.

 

Early-stage precision medicine biotech investment

Published on 4/09/2019

Life science incubator and business collective, BioCity, has announced investment in precision medicine biotech, Kinomica Ltd, via the Innovate UK Precision Medicine Investment Accelerator.

 

Separating and characterising nanoplastics

Published on 3/09/2019

Postnova Analytics has published a new application note that demonstrates the promise of Electrical Asymmetric Field Flow Fractionation technology for separation and characterisation of nanoplastics in the environment.

 

Showcasing the laboratories of the future

Published on 30/08/2019

UK lab tradeshow, Lab Innovations, will be a one-stop showcase of new products and various aspects involved in future-proofing the laboratory.

 

Natural Born Killer Cells

Published on 29/08/2019

AMSBIO has reported on a research paper from the Malmberg Lab at Oslo University Hospital and the Norwegian Radium Hospital Institute for Cancer Research (Norway) about understanding how Natural Killer cells are educated.

 

Ease of cleaning makes flowmeter a winner

Published on 27/08/2019

Rugged, clean bore Polyether Ether Ketone and 316 Stainless Steel or glass construction make Titan Enterprises’ Atrato ultrasonic flowmeter ideal for a wide range of laboratory applications and very easy to clean between experiments, the company claims.

 

Synthetic organic method development streamlined

Published on 19/08/2019

Asynt’s DrySyn Spiral Evaporator is enabling the Cresswell Group within the Department of Chemistry at the University of Bath to improve and streamline many aspects of their synthetic organic methods development.

 

European expansion for Carterra

Published on 15/08/2019

Carterra Inc. has announced that they have opened a Customer Experience Centre (CEC) and office in Munich, Germany.

 

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