Our annual instrumentation outlook reveals that traditional technological evolution is continuing and economics is a key driver for laboratory research.
The latest plastic diaphragm check valves improve flexibility, flow control and safety in medical device applications.
Considering all options for liquid nitrogen supply systems, including size and safety, is critical to further the growth of cryogenic applications.
Making lab automation systems usable to non-experts is becoming a driver for equipment suppliers.
Centrifugal evaporation has proven itself as a fast, safe and efficient sample preparation method in the analysis of foodstuffs for prohibited antibiotics.
Multi-angle light scattering coupled with size exclusion chromatography delivers quality data and further advances researchers’ understanding of human health and disease.
Laboratories remain slow to adopt protocols and technologies that can improve and standardize temperature control in biomaterial sample handling and preservation.
PCR technologies, both real-time and digital, show significant promise for growth in the future.
Smartphones have the ability to be as transformative in the lab as they have been in our personal lives.
With the holiday’s right around the corner, the editors of LabOutlook thought you may be in need of some great gift ideas for the special past, present or future geek in your life (or for yourself).
As technology has grown, so too has the need for collaborative, flexible laboratories that integrate a full range of technological, business and cultural components.
The mission of one research and teaching laboratory is simple: build the next generation of engineers, while also building next-gen wireless communication solutions.
Teraflop supercomputers, terabyte storage systems and gibabit networks all support academic research.
Good leadership and safety programs can help post-academics adjust to the rigorous standards of an industrial lab.