The July issue of Laboratory Equipment features a cover story on the new technologies that are giving researchers access to detailed environmental data previously unattainable. A biopharmaceutical article details the benefits of single-use systems in microbiological control to reduce/eliminate contamination. Special product sections/applications include: environmental and field testing, OEM and biopharma.
The September issue of Laboratory Equipment features a cover story on the dangers and non-dangers of food additives in our food supply, in addition to the high-tech mass spectrometry techniques used to detect and identify the adulterants. Other articles tackle microscopes for food QC and a future inhabited by robots. Products include: ovens and furnaces, Raman, data loggers and recorders, lab safety and gas supplies.
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The August issue of Laboratory Equipment features a cover story about next-gen biotech driving the development of equipment, devices, systems and additional applications. One article details the importance of water purification systems in attaining accurate results, while the other the role specialty labs play in scientific and economic growth. Special product sections/applications include: baths, microscopes, IC, chemicals and standards, pipettes, lab automation, lab design and liquid handling.
The June issue of LabOutlook has a cover story on a new microscopy technique that takes cues from astronomy and ophthalmology to image samples deeper and sharper than ever before. Outlooks on software, safety and instrumentation round out the featured articles. Departments include: Scientist in the Spotlight, Top 10 New Species of 2014 and World Web Watch. Check out the videos, photos and audio here!
The June issue of Laboratory Equipment features a cover story on sample prep, and the multitude of systems and consumables researchers use to perform the most utilized process in the lab. Other articles detail the technological expansion of NMR, and the benefits of using evidence drying cabinets in forensic applications. Products include: mixers, incubators, gas generators, pumps, valves, fittings and more, with special sections on food & bev, lab design & furnishings and forensics.
This annual May supplement from the editors of Laboratory Equipment magazine goes beyond new products and technologies to bring readers even more important information on the state of laboratories in the United States, and beyond.
The cover story of the April Academic Sourceguide details Penn State's new Pell Lab, and the extremes taken to turn a BSL lab into a pleasant place to work. Other articles include: federal funding for universities, academic rankings, the top biotech leaders, sustainable lab programs and more. New products specifically designed for academic labs can also be found inside.
The May issue of Laboratory Equipment features a cover story on translational facilities being built to cater to the intersection of lab and clinical needs. This speeds the overall bench-to-bedside process. Special product sections include life science, biofuel technologies and lab design and furnishings.
The April issue of Laboratory Equipment features a review of the new spectrometers that debuted at Pittcon 2014 in Chicago. Particular spectroscopy trends that became relevant at the show include food testing and environmental applications, hybrid systems and the reduced use of helium. Other articles discuss surplus lab equipment, the importance of data management, using the correct instrumention and more. Special application sections include Pittcon 2014 Review, Pharmaceutical Labs, Test & Measurement and Gas Supplies.
The March issue of Laboratory Equipment details the extensive use of pure water in a laboratory environment. The cover story elaborates on the technologies and demand for higher performance, easier-to-use and more flexible lab water systems. The How To illustrates a method to avoid cross-contamination in milling applications, and the annual Purchasing Intent Study provides a finanical and scientific outlook on the future of lab equipment. Other articles detail mobile solutions in the healthcare industry and Raman excellence in geological applications.
Welcome to the latest edition of LabOutlook, an interactive digital supplement from the editors of LABORATORY EQUIPMENT highlighting the lab of the future. This fully digital magazine incorporates wide technological capabilities, including videos, podcasts and other rich media.
Laboratory Equipment's Pittcon Digest issue features the annual Purchasing Intent Study, a look into the minds of users and manufacturers as portrayed through reader surveys from January 2013 to January 2014.
The February issue of Laboratory Equipment features the annual instrumentation outlook. The 2014 edition reveals that traditional technological evolution is continuing and economics is a key driver for laboratory research. Hundeds of Pittcon products fill the pages, as well as special sections on OEM and life science and biomedical.
The January issue of Laboratory Equipment features a cover story on easy-to-use, next-generation automation systems. Other articles discuss multi-angle light scattering spectroscopy as a biomedical research tool, as well as different sample preparation techniques for seafood. Product updates include: glove boxes, fume hoods, IR/FTIR, power supplies, pipettes and syringes, and chemicals, gases and standards. Special application sections this month are: food and beverage, biofuel technologies and lab design and furnishings.
The December issue of Laboratory Equipment features a cover story on the lab of the future 2019. Using data collected from reader surveys, Laboratory Equipment presents the expected changes, technologies and overall feel of the laboratory in five years. Other articles discuss digital and real-time PCR in proteomics research, enabling mobile labs via mobile phones and temperature standardization for samples. Special application sections include proteomics, environmental and field testing and biofuel technologies.