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South Africa invests in flow chemistry

Published on 29/05/2019

Two major orders for its FlowSyn flow chemistry systems have come in from South African Pharmaceutical Industry organisations, says Uniqsis.


WHP to design UK’s first VMIC

Published on 28/05/2019

Development of the UK’s first dedicated Vaccines Manufacturing Innovation Centre has moved a step closer as WHP is awarded the contract to design an advanced array of lab and production facilities within a ‘cleanroom wrap’ environment.


New In Situ sequencing service for neuroscientists

Published on 23/05/2019

Swedish biotechnology company CARTANA has announced the launch of a new spatial genomics service for neuroscientists featuring proprietary next generation In Situ Sequencing (ISS) technology.


Adapting to high temperature parallel chemical reactions

Published on 21/05/2019

Asynt has announced the DrySyn Multi-M high temperature adapter, which enables scientists to undertake parallel reactions that require solution temperatures of over 400°C.


Syrris celebrates a decade in India

Published on 20/05/2019

Syrris is celebrating 10 years of business in India by embarking on an ambitious 1,950km tour of the country, thanks to its loyal customers.


Cherwell’s Cleanroom Conference confirmation

Published on 16/05/2019

Cherwell Laboratories, specialists in cleanroom microbiology solutions for the pharmaceutical, healthcare and related industries, has announced that they will be attending Cleanroom Technology Conference 2019.

Minimising sample waste for Zeta Potential measurement

Published on 15/05/2019

Testa Analytical Solutions has introduced a Small Volume Electrode (BI-SVE175) that pushes the boundaries of Zeta Potential measurement.


Better data through freeze-drying

Published on 13/05/2019

SP Scientific has conducted a video interview with Dr Kevin Ward of Biopharma Process Systems Ltd, to discuss the benefits of the Lyostat5 Freeze-Drying Microscope (FDM), and how it can help generate critical formulation-specific data.


Low adhesion plates aid organoid culturing

Published on 9/05/2019

AMSBIO is reporting that several leading European research groups have used their Lipidure-coated microplates to help culture physiologically functional, light-responsive retinal organoids.


Lab pioneer celebrates 50th anniversary

Published on 8/05/2019

UK-based TEL, pioneers of fume hood airflow controls and monitors critical to the respiratory protection of laboratory workers worldwide, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.


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