All facilities equipment fails eventually. Electrical, heating, ventilation and cooling systems involve a multitude of equipment types, including machines with dozens of components that can malfunction at any time. Is it a disaster if one minor component fails? What if the failure of that component triggers a cascade of problems leading to a total shutdown? For a life sciences facility, the event can be devastating. Read more...
Genevac has developed a protocol using its SuperCool 75 condenser that, in conjunction with the...
Porvair Sciences has introduced the Co-Mix- an accurate, reliable, compact and simple-to-use...
Eppendorf has released its ThermoMixer C combination temperature control and mixing instrument for laboratory use. The quality of the mixing results is due to the 2DMix-Control technology which ensures efficient mixing in seconds and now offers reliable mixing solutions in 96- and 384-well plates.
A range of chillers from PolyScience provide up to 1290 watts of cooling at 20°C, making them ideal for use with rotary evaporators, jacketed incubators, small reaction vessels, spectrophotometers, chromatography columns, condensers, and other devices that require robust heat removal.
JEOL Resonance has developed a nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) super conducting magnet that operates on a minimum amount of liquid helium. JEOL's NMR system is capable of acquiring high resolution NMR data when liquid helium is scarce.
The appeal of cell culture–based production of drugs has increased demand for single-use bioreactors that can move into the process-development lab and help manage peaks and tight development schedules. Single-use bioreactors can be used for monoclonal antibodies, recombinant proteins, stem cells, and vaccines.
Available in both immersion probe and flow through styles, these compact systems are ideal for cooling exothermic reactions, freeze point determinations, freeze drying, impact testing, lyophilization, and vapor and solvent trapping.
Zenalux Biomedical Inc. is now offering the Zenascope PC1, a biological tissue spectrometer that reliably, quickly and non-destructively measures biological tissue characteristics that reflect underlying function and composition.
Senova Systems announces the launch and availability of the pHit Scanner—a calibration-free pH meter. The pHit Scanner’s technology platform incorporates an advanced sensor and electronics into a novel product design, eliminating glass electrodes and significantly enhancing usability compared to traditional pH meters.
Postnova Analytics is exhibiting the CF2000, the first commercial centrifugal field-flow fractionation (FFF) system designed for routine use. Samples are injected directly without preparation, no special sample treatment is necessary, allowing the fractionation of complex particulate.
Hamilton Robotics introduces the PCR setup STARlet, the first automated liquid handling system flexible enough to accommodate any DNA amplification reagent kit, from simple setups and small budgets to highly demanding workflows.
Aspect Imaging has launched its M2 3D MR-based histology system for in vivo and ex vivo toxicological imaging. The M2 3D MR-based histology system is a compact, high-performance MRI instrument for high-throughput in vivo and ex vivo imaging of preclinical samples.
Millrock Technology's Revo and Magnum Series laboratory freeze dryers now have the option to perform a basic rise to remove residue material or a full, multi-stage cleaning cycle using detergent, rinses, and even hot air drying phases.
Hamilton Robotics has announced that the soon-to-launch CytoScan Automated Target Preparation Solution from Affymetrix, Inc. is built on the customizable Microlab NIMBUS 96 workstation from Hamilton Robotics.
Molecular Devices has developed a multi-mode microplate platform with an imaging cytometer option, adding rich cellular resolution assays and visualization to well-based intensity readings.
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. has launched the Thermo Scientific VALet, a benchtop robot enabling simple, configurable laboratory automation.
Sotax has announced the an addition to their line of autosamplers: the SAM sample manager. Totally flexible and scalable, the system is available in three different capacities to connect to semi-automated single, double, and fully-automated systems.
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. has introduced the Cytomat 10, a fully automated incubator and storage module for high-capacity cell growth and assay incubation.
TTP Labtech has released its acumen hci (high content imaging) system, developed for researchers who are looking to increase the productivity of their high throughput imaging.
JM Science’s Aquacounter AQV-2200S Karl Fischer volumetric titrator has small-volume titration cells requiring only 20 mL of titration solvent for accurate measurements.
RheoSense Inc. has released the microVISC TC, a precise temperature controller for the handheld microVISC viscometer. Temperature dependence is one of the most important factors in determining viscosity so a minute variation can possibly lead to significantly erroneous results.
Okolab has introduced the Bold Line of carbon dioxide-oxygen gas controllers. The Bold Line combination carbon dioxide-oxygen gas controllers are ideal for hypoxia and hyperoxia experiments.
Hamilton Robotics is launching the Microlab AutoLys STAR workstation. For drug discovery labs, this instrument improves overall lab throughput by automating the slow and labor-intensive processes of lysing samples and extracting DNA.
Control Company’s Traceable, Memory-Card Refrigerator/Freezer Thermometer saves readings from once a minute up to once every 720 minutes on removable, supplied, standard SD memory card.
Hudson‘s PA1000 Print & Apply is a high performance automated barcode labeling system that prints multiple format barcode labels on any SBS footprint microplate.
Hamilton Co.’s Laboratory and Sensor Products Division offers the Microlab 300 Series Pipettor, a guided pipetting system is designed to bring an automated liquid handling system into the hands of the laboratory technician without complex programming.
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