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Effortlessly cool lab samples

Published on 6/11/2019

Asynt has announced FroSyn, an innovative fluid-free cooling plate that enables rapid cooling of samples in vials or round bottom flasks (up to 500mL) to below -60°C.


Cardiomyocyte maintenance and purification

Published on 5/11/2019

AMSBIO has introduced human recombinant iMatrix Laminin-211 fragment for the purification and maintenance of cardiomyocytes in culture.


New preclinical imaging PET/CT range debuts

Published on 1/11/2019

MR Solutions has launched a range of advanced PET/CT preclinical imaging systems at European Association of Nuclear Medicine ’19 in Barcelona.


Fighting age: the next big industry?

Published on 31/10/2019

Proper research funding could help propel Britain to the forefront of a lucrative new industry – combatting the effects of ageing – according to Professor Richard Faragher.


Flow chemistry needs matched

Published on 29/10/2019

Uniqsis are reporting increased interest from scientists wanting to invest in a flow chemistry system matched to their application needs.


New microfluidic chip for Telos

Published on 23/10/2019

Dolomite Microfluidics has launched a number of new microfluidic chip options for its innovative Telos system.


Reporter gene assays improved

Published on 22/10/2019

AMSBIO has announced two new Luciferase assay kits designed to help you improve your gene reporter assays.


Innovation Award for Tomocube

Published on 21/10/2019

Tomocube has won the Microscopy Today 2019 Innovation Award for their HT2 holotomographic microscope.


F1 cars get improved flow measurement

Published on 16/10/2019

A high-performance engine company has been using Titan Enterprises’ flowmeters to monitor the oil flow lubricating its turbo units on the test bench.


Nanoparticle analysis gets fast and flexible

Published on 15/10/2019

Testa Analytical’s new NanoBrook 90Plus is the perfect tool for characterising your particles if you have polymers, proteins, nanodots or more.


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