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Colombia to Stop Spraying Coca Due to Believed Herbicide Dangers
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If You Can't Stand the Heat, Get Out of Space
PRODUCT
Easy-to-load Enclosures Protect Personnel
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Parental Control Apps are a Hit in S. Korea
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Up to Your Standards: The Importance of Accurate Calibration
PRODUCT
Ring Light Enhances Microscopic View
NEWS
3-D Printing Helps Study Spider Silk

Microcentrifuge BOGO

  NuAire  

From now until July 31, 2015 in the United States and Canada. Purchase a NuAire ventilated or refrigerated Micocentrifuge and receive a personal Mini-Microcentrifuge free of cost. A $300 value.

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Ozone Can Protect Exotic Fruits from Disease, Decay

 
 
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Postharvest diseases reduce the value and quality of agricultural products, leading to economic losses for growers and producers. Now, Malaysian researchers are developing an ozone treatment to protect papaya and other exotic fruits from diseases and decay during storage and transportation.


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Oil-Free KNF Lab Vacuum Pumps

KNF Neuberger  

Compact, chemically-resistant, reliable KNF LABOPORT® vacuum pumps offer flow capacity to 110 L/min and end vacuum to 1.5 Torr. Ideal for rotary evaporation, filtration, vacuum ovens, gel drying, aspiration, degassing, and desiccation applications.


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ICYMI: A Storm from Space, a New State of Matter and a Disturbing Biology Class

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Welcome to Laboratory Equipment's new Friday series, In Case You Missed It (ICYMI), where we bring you three trending news stories from the week. Storms, matter and PETA are on the menu this week. 


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Colombia to Stop Spraying Coca Due to Believed Herbicide Dangers

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Colombia, which has battled against its cocaine economy by aerial spraying of an herbicide over decades, announced it would stop using the chemical compound. The announcement comes after multiple agencies and officials called for a stop to the usage of glyphosate, now labeled a probable carcinogen by the World Health Organization.


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Electrical distribution for the lab environment

Universal Electric  

STARLINE Plug-In Raceway™ is the next generation in raceway systems created to meet the ever-changing power distribution needs of hospitals, research facilities and laboratories- making the reconfiguration of equipment and workspace simple.


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Easy-to-load Enclosures Protect Personnel

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The EVP Series from Flow Sciences provides safety from chemical vapors generated during processes such as flash chromatography, evaporation from rotary evaporators and other process equipment applications.


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NEWS

If You Can't Stand the Heat, Get Out of Space

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What happens to an astronaut’s body temperature in space? People on Earth lose much of their body heat through convection– air around you is replaced by cooler air as it heats on the skin of your warm body and rises. On the International Space Station there is no convection because of weightlessness and astronauts have reported feeling hot since the earliest days of spaceflight.


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2015 R&D 100 Awards  

R&D is now accepting entries for the 53rd annual R&D 100 Awards. Groundbreaking research is taking shape daily across industry, government, and academia. Make sure your innovation is recognized along with the most significant new technology introduced in the past year.


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Parental Control Apps are a Hit in S. Korea

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Smart Sheriff, funded by the South Korean government, and at least 14 other apps allow parents to monitor how long their kids use their smartphones, how many times they use apps and which websites they visit. Some send a child's location data to parents and issue an alert when a child searches keywords such as "suicide," "pregnancy" and "bully" or receives messages with those words.


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ARTICLE

Up to Your Standards: The Importance of Accurate Calibration

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The results of any analysis using modern instrumentation are determined by the accuracy of calibrating the readings against a known standard and proper zeroing of the instrument. Many factors need to be considered when establishing how and with what you perform these calibrations.


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Density Gradient Separation of Gold Nanorods

Beckman Coulter  

Gold Nanorods (AuNR) hold great promise for biomedical imaging. AuNRs have very strong absorption peaks in the visible and near-infrared region due to a plasmonic effect; the aspect ratio of the AuNR directly determines the wavelength of the peak. 


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PRODUCT

Ring Light Enhances Microscopic View

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ORLED’s two newest ring lights, Model RL28Q and Model RL16Q, are ideal for sectional lighting control under high magnification, making them a suited choice for laboratory and inspection industries.


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3-D Printing Helps Study Spider Silk

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Spider silk has long been noted for its graceful structure, as well as its advanced material properties: Ounce for ounce, it is stronger than steel. Now, scientists have developed a systematic approach to research its structure, blending computational modeling and mechanical analysis to 3-D print synthetic spider webs.


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Preparation of Carbon Nanotubes for Analytical Ultracentrifugation

Beckman Coulter  

This application note focuses on two challenging areas for nanoparticles: reliable, rapid scale-up of nanoparticle purification; and quantitative analysis of the concentration of species present. The Biomek 4000 Laboratory Automation Workstation helps overcome the human variable and gives a consistent, reproducible method. 


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Robot Rodeo Highlights Bomb Squads

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Bomb squads from across the country saddled up their robots and are duking it out at the ninth annual Western National Robot Rodeo and Capability Exercise. The five-day event offers a challenging platform for civilian and military bomb squad teams to practice defusing dangerous situations with robots’ help.


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PRODUCT

BSC Suited for Hazardous Drug Manipulation

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Labconco’s RXPert Filtered Balance Systems are Class I biological safety cabinets, meeting requirements for non-sterile powders and particulates contained during hazardous drug manipulation. These true bag-in/bag-out HEPA-filtered powder hoods include a canopy and damper for thimble ducting the enclosure to the outside.


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