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CF3 enables drug formulation research

Published on 17/10/2018

Postnova Analytics has published an application study that describes a new method for quantification of liposome encapsulated drug using Centrifugal Field-Flow Fractionation (CF3).

 

Property partnership is UK’s largest for science and tech

Published on 16/10/2018

Bruntwood and Legal & General Capital have established a landmark 50:50 partnership to create the UK’s largest property platform dedicated to driving science and technology growth in regional cities.

 

Precise temperature control for studies

Published on 15/10/2018

SP Scientific has released the AirJet XR Sample Cooler, which has been designed to provide precision sample temperature control.

 

Awards for cancer screening service

Published on 11/10/2018

ScreenIn3D, the Glasgow-based partner of AMSBIO, has received accolades following the recent launch of its novel microfluidic cancer screening service.

 

New haematology platform gets Quality Accreditation

Published on 10/10/2018

HORIBA UK Ltd Medical has announced the first global installation of its new HELO high throughput fully automated haematology platform in Torbay Hospital.

 

An award-winning assist for INTEGRA

Published on 9/10/2018

INTEGRA Biosciences received the prestigious Basel Life MipTec Product Innovation Award 2018 for the ASSIST PLUS pipetting robot at this year’s MipTec exhibition.

 

Focus corrected lens enhances inspection

Published on 5/10/2018

Resolve Optics has launched the Model 363, a 16mm diameter Short Wavelength Infrared (SWIR) lens for inspection and material sorting applications.

 

New heating block systems from Asynt

Published on 4/10/2018

Asynt has expanded their range of DrySyn heating block systems for reactions in tubes, vials and flasks, following increased customer demand.

 

New platforms highlight technical materials

Published on 2/10/2018

Goodfellow, the global research materials company, has introduced two new tools aimed at encouraging scientific and industrial research collaboration to widen the scope of material use to include designers and artists.

 

Cell abnormalities studied by phonons

Published on 28/09/2018

A University of Nottingham academic has won a prestigious five-year fellowship to explore the use of harmless sound waves to view deep inside living cells to aid early diagnosis of diseases such as cancer.

 

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