The April issue of Laboratory Equipment features a cover story on the instrumentation and research trends that came out of Pittcon 2016 the previous month. The supplement Academic Sourceguide is also included in this issue, with articles on design and sustainability. Other articles detail: fracking in 2016 and beyond and new regulations for laboratory developed tests.
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The February issue of Laboratory Equipment is dedicated to new trends and products expected to premiere at Pittcon 2016 in just over a week. The cover story features an interview with Pittcon Keynote speaker W.E. Moerner on how super-resolution microscopy has changed scientific imaging, as well as other trends like cannabis testing and increased purchasing plans. Other articles detail the quest for a cancer blood test, a periodic table of proteins, UHPLC and more!
Laboratory Equipment's first issue of 2016 features a timely cover story on concussions, specifically the disease CTE and the imaging advancements being made to better understand the illness. Two articles focus on the food of the future-- from in-vitro meat to protein-filled bugs. Other articles discuss epilepsy research, ethical science dilemmas and the Dow-DuPont merger. More than 50 new products are included as well!
Laboratory Equipment's last issue of 2015 features a cover story on the challenges and opportunities present in the R&D world as we quickly welcome 2016. They include scientific workforce, CRISPR and more. One environmental article focuses on mercury while the other details the future of energy. Another article speaks to the rollercoaster that is biofuel research- and how we can steady the process. Don't miss the Editorial, Last Word and New Products!
Laboratory Equipment's November cover story takes a deep dive into the research and technology that was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry just a month earlier. One life science article focuses on the future of the industry (in space!), while another details the efforts of researchers to overhaul lyophilization. A few more articles and over 50 new products are also included in this issue!
The October issue of Laboratory Equipment features a cover story examining the ever-rising costs of prescription drugs in the United States. Other articles discuss the "perfect lab," multiple imaging techniques, and the use of DNA to reconstruct a face. More than 50 new products, too!
The September issue of Laboratory Equipment features a cover story on technologies that may help us feed the growing population, expected to reach 9 billion by 2050. Two pharmaceutical articles focus on orphan diseases, and nature-based remedies for superbugs like MRSA. More than 50 new products, too!
Laboratory Equipment's August cover story examines the emerging field of interactive biotechnology, and how it can change the way education and research are conducted. A lab design article details the building of a new STEM facility on a college campus in N.J. Two automation articles focus on the tools necessary for the lab of the future, as well as how helpful robots can be in the lab. There are also more than 50 new products inside!
Laboratory Equipment's July issue features a cover story on fracking, examining the scientific, economic and political sides of the story. Two environmental articles cover the EPA's Clean Air Act and innovative solutions for field testing. Other articles detail how to clean your lab, new spectroscopy technologies, the Google of things and more! More than 50 new products are also included.
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The June issue of Laboratory Equipment features a cover story on how to "green" your lab bench, with advice from experts in the field. Other articles detail a controversial crime lab in D.C., the authentication of honey and olive oil, food research at the microscale and the debate over whether to rent or buy lab instrumentation.
The May issue of Laboratory Equipment has a cover story on the International Space Station, and how it has been able to stay state-of-the-art 15 years into its mission. Other articles detail different research approaches to HIV, collaboration in health care, calibration standards and rubber flooring. Special sections include life science and biomedical and lab design and furnishings.
The April issue of Laboratory Equipment features a cover story on the innovations behind Pittcon 2015 and how they combine to make the world a healthier place. Other article topics include 3-D printing drugs, helium shortage, data defensibility and more! Check out all the headlines below.
The March issue of Laboratory Equipment features a cover story on new research and technologies that are driving water purification in both the laboratory and society. It also features an exclusive interview with the new ACS president, Tom Connelly. Other feature articles cover response time guarantees, Wi-Fi in cold environments, DNA sequencing, the public's distrust of scientists and more.