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Effective cell disruption from microfluidizer

Published on 10/06/2019

Analytik is reporting on how the School of Biological & Chemical Sciences at Queen Mary University, London has been using a LM20 Microfluidizer for cell disruption of a broad range of cell types including E. coli, Yeasts and Diatom.


High performance CRISPR Cas12a enzyme launched

Published on 5/06/2019

Integrated DNA Technologies has released its latest CRISPR enzyme, Alt-R Cas12a (Cpf1) Ultra, which can target new sites within the genome with greater efficiency.


Microplates get ultra-flat quartz bottom

Published on 4/06/2019

Porvair Sciences’ Black Krystal UV quartz-bottomed microplate range exhibits high optical transmission in the 185- to 1100nm wavelength range, making them ideal for laboratories tasked with Circular Dichroism measurements.


HELO gets a first multi-site installation

Published on 3/06/2019

HORIBA has announced that the first multi-site installation of its new HELO high throughput fully automated haematology platform – within the Cardiff and Vale University Health Board – has gone live.


Lab Innovations gets matchmaking tool

Published on 31/05/2019

Lab Innovations, the UK trade show dedicated to the laboratory industry, has announced the launch of a free networking tool to help visitors and exhibitors set up meetings and in advance.


Droplet production improved by partnership

Published on 30/05/2019

Dolomite Microfluidics has partnered with Emulseo, a start-up company dedicated to the design and production of high-quality surfactants for droplet-based microfluidics, to distribute FluoSurf.


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.


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