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.
The March issue of LabOutlook features a cover story on organs-on-chips, as well as articles and videos on STEM education, digital health care, spectroscopy, lab safety and more!
Laboratory Equipment’s February issue gets you ready for Pittcon, which is just two weeks away in New Orleans. Inside, find a cover story examining the research discoveries that push science forward year after year, and expect to make a showing at this year’s Pittcon. Life science articles discuss personalized medicine and its effect on cancer, as well as system integration as the key to efficiency. Other articles include how to choose the right plastic tubing, and how to choose the right rotary evaporation pump. Don’t forget to check out the supplements, Chromatography Techniques and the Pittcon Digest 2015.
The January issue of Laboratory Equipment features a cover story on the advancement of robotics in the lab, in society and in the world. This issue also features a list of good mobile apps for lab professionals. Other articles cover confocal microscopy, the future of UV/Vis, strategies for sustainable lab design and designing a lab around collaborative science.
The December issue of Laboratory Equipment features a cover story on the predicting the lab of the future, with imaging, 3-D printing, automation and funding all playing a role. Other article topics include how to choose the correct lab equipment, and long-term considerations for picking a freezer. Showcased products include: vacuum equipment, centrifuges, temperature devices, proteomics, environmental and field testing and more.
The November issue of LabOutlook features a cover story on a swallowable pill coated with tiny microneedles that inject medicine into the lining of the stomach. This issue also includes a Gift-giving Guide for the Science-minded, as well as other articles on the future of imaging, particle size analysis and an amazing microscopy photo gallery.
The Academic Sourceguide supplement is chock-full of exclusive articles about the state of science in colleges and universities. Check out the cover story on a Passive House-certified lab, a feature on safety, conversations with National Medal of Science winners and more.
The November issue of Laboratory Equipment features a cover story on the importance of stopping contamination both in labs and hospitals, and raises new concerns about checks and balances in high-risk environments. Other article topics include: flooring and ductless fume hoods in lab construction, and weighing techniques that help reduce sample prep.
The October issue of Laboratory Equipment features a cover story on new pharmaceutical advancements, and the enabling technologies that bolster the drug development industry. Other article topics include: big data in pharma, surprising facts about water, streamlining paperless labs, ball mills in nanotechnology and personalized microscopy. Products covered include reagents and solvents, workstations, LIMS, infrared, food and beverage, imaging, forensics and more.
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.
LabOutlook is a digital magazine dedicated to bringing readers interesting and informative content about building the lab of the future...today. It is truly interactive- click to start and stop the videos on each page and listen to the audio. Email addresses and websites provide you with more information. Click here to read all out the future of the laboratory now!
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 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 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.