by Bernard Tulsi The symbiotic relationship between vendors and the end users of laboratory equipment can result in a win-win situation for both parties. Asian studies on Agilent’s 1120 Compact HPLC were used to determine the feature set for the next model.
by Jeff O’Reilly, Mishra Group Balancing design and functionality in new research facilities can provide long-term advantages. Designed by ARC/Architectural Resources Cambridge, Mass., the research center at the Univ. of Massachusetts Dartmouth is a
by Gary Marcus, Vice-President, Justrite Manufacturing Co. The first step toward keeping the damage from corrosives in check is a sound hazardous-materials management program. This article addresses the storage considerations.
Figure 1. Typical active chilled beam installations above laboratory aisle. An active chilled beam cooling system played a key role in delivering an expected 20% reduction in cooling and ventilation energy consumption at the new Genomic Science Building (GSB) at the Univ.
New approaches in sample preparation and separation allow scientists to mix and match separation media and devices by Dr. Hongshan Li, Technical Lead and Senior Principal Scientist, and Dr.
by Erin P. T. Canning. Utilizing LIMS beyond typical applications delivers additional benefits in lab productivity.
Trends in life science data management Image of SampleWare Scientists have traditionally used journals or notebooks to record meticulous details of their observations, experimental data and sample information.
by Erika Lapinskas, Ph.D., Sartorius Stedim BiotechWhen studying the cellular components of structural tissues, a problem occurs when it comes to hard and/or brittle materials, from which RNA, protein and DNA are difficult to extract. Read on to find out how a laboratory ball mill might be able to help.
Special Feature by Bernard Tulsi Analytical testing verifies your $10 bottle of extra virgin olive oil is what it claims to be A disturbing tactic has surfaced in the face of rising prices and tighter crop supplies—the bulking up of food products with cheaper ingredients.
July 10, 2008 Electromagnetic radiation is produced when an acoustic wave (purple) generates electric currents (red) as it propagates past an interface between two piezoelectric materials.
July 10, 2008 Using an ultra-fast method of measuring how a transistor switches from “off” to
July 28, 2008 Jordan Valley Semiconductors Ltd. divested their Analytical division which was then purchased by Xenemetrix Ltd., formed by a private management group under the direction of CEO, Doron Reinis, a founding partner of Business Processes Ltd.
July 24, 2008 Though many policymakers have argued that environmental regulations can negatively
July 24, 2008 A greener, less expensive method to produce hydrogen for fuel may eventually be possible with the help of water, solar energy and nanotube diodes that use the entire spectrum of the sun's energy, according to Penn State researchers.