INTEGRA's 6 channel Voyager electronic adjustable spacing pipettor features a mechanism that alters tip spacing at the press of a button.
Dolomite's Mitos Sensor Units provides a flexible system for measuring and displaying pressure and flow rates in microfluidic systems.
The BRAND Transferpette S pipette from BrandTech Scientific provides comfort and performance with traditional design.
Control Company's Traceable Big-Digit Type K Thermometer reads from 58 to 2000 F and 50 to 1300 C with a resolution of 0.1° and 1°.
PAC's Sulfur Express method from is now published, and embodied in ASTM D7620, the standard test method for determination of total sulfur in liquid hydrocarbon based fuels by continuous injection, air oxidation and ultraviolet fluorescence detection.
The Uniqsis FlowSyn Auto-LF, an automated loop filling module, allows flow chemists to perform multiple experiments with multiple reagents automatically.
A rotational rheometer from Malvern Instruments accelerates the development of new food-grade and industrial sealants.
The KNF SC920 Series vacuum pump system for laboratory processing applications is exclusively equipped for wireless remote control of all pump operating modes and functions.
Falcon Electric's SSG-RP Series Ultra-Wide Temperature UPS, with models from 1kVA to 3kVA, operates reliably in temperature environments beyond the capability of standard commercially available UPS products.
The RKA-5 Automatic Ring and Ball Tester built by Petrotest from AMETEK Petrolab Co. is equipped with the Pmove instrument interface as well as a host of input/output devices that simplify testing and improve efficiency in busy laboratories.
Compared to manual operations, drivers using vehicles equipped with assistance systems had lower heart rates, lower perceptions of stress, and operated vehicles more prudently.
In established colonies, millions of "workers" cut and carry sections of leaves larger than their own bodies as part of a well choreographed, highly functioning society.
Researchers have found that a new, nontoxic drug made from a chemical in soy could prevent the movement of cancer cells from the prostate to the rest of the body.
Scientists say they have for the first time tracked how certain nontoxic elements of oil from the BP spill quickly became dinner for plankton, entering the food web in the Gulf of Mexico.
Scientists have tracked a group of near-infrared fluorescent nanoparticles from the airspaces of the lungs, into the body and out again, providing a description of the characteristics and behavior of these minute particles.