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Researchers Study Cultural Heritage Painting Cross-Sections Using Breakthrough AFM Based Nanoscale Mass Spectrometry Technique
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Microscopy & Image Analysis
Two new microscopes for live cell and in-vivo imaging
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IT & Software Solutions
Boost for Matrix Gemini LIMS from Contract Laboratory Sector
Optibrium and NextMove Software Announce Technology Collaboration
Genalice and Knome form Strategic Partnership to Empower Rapid NGS Data Interpretation
New Practical Guide for the Laboratory on FDA’s Quality System Regulation for Laboratory-Developed Tests
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We are living a connected life in a connected world. Our smartphone is our gateway to the world and very soon we will be able to connect our glasses, watch, thermostat, lights, door locks and car. The connected life market has been valued by Frost & Sullivan at over $700 billion by 2020, but are companies prepared to drive and manage this change to stay ahead of the rapidly evolving world in which we live? Nina Bjornstad, Country Manager at...
The retinoblastoma gene is so called because mutations to it cause a rare children’s eye cancer of the same name, and is known to play a central role in stopping healthy cells from dividing uncontrollably. Now the new study – jointly led by scientists at The Institute of Cancer Research, London, and UCL (University College London) – has found that the gene also has another important function, in helping to ‘glue’ severed strands of DNA back...
The product made its debut at TAC 2015, Churchill College, Cambridge, March 30th – April 1st. Linkam Scientific Instruments have collaborated with renowned UK inventor and innovating researcher, Professor Mike Reading of the University of Huddersfield. They have developed a product line of instrumentation based on new technologies that are announced at the 50th Anniversary meeting of the UK's Thermal Methods Group at...
Materials are studied under extreme conditions such as at elevated temperatures and irradiated with particle beams. Dr Patrick Simon works with materials under extreme conditions of high temperature and irradiation. His lab, known as Conditions Extrêmes et Matériaux: Haute Température et Irradiation (CEMHTI), is located at the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) in Orléans, around 110 km southwest of Paris. His team, and...
The easy-to-use PXi Access systems offer major advances on film detection and can rapidly generate high quality images of virtually all types of large blots and gels. The new compact PXi 6 or 9 Access systems are complete with high performance cameras capable of imaging a wide range of blot and gel types and sizes. The camera in each PXi Access features superb optics, which means scientists can set up quickly and detect even the faintest amounts of DNA or ...
The solution delivers targeted and non-targeted analysis to simultaneously identify and quantify a multitude of honey characteristics, including sugar, acid and amino acid content, as well as detecting frauds such as the addition of different types of syrup or other sugar solutions. The inherent ease of use allows non-expert users to conduct analyses from measurement to final report in minutes and without chromatography. The NMR...
Florin Oancea, Scientific Director at ICECHIM, explained: “Like many chemistry research groups, we are increasingly focusing on biochemistry and biorefinery applications, as fossil fuel-derived products will become more and more expensive in the future. Flow chemistry is the ideal solution to explore this approach, offering the flexibility to develop numerous applications and providing easy scale-up for process commercialization, particularly...
Horizon Discovery Group plc (LSE:HZD) (Horizon), the international life science company supplying research tools and services that power genomics research and the development of personalized medicines, and ArcherDX, Inc., a leader in Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) fusion detection, today announced they have signed an Original Equipment Manufacture (OEM) agreement that will see Horizon’s Reference Materials supplied as a standalone...
Wyatt Technology Corporation, the world leader in instrumentation for absolute macromolecular and nanoparticle characterization, is pleased to highlight a new study that describes the use of composition-gradient multi-angle light scattering (CG-MALS) for the characterization of complex protein-protein interactions. The study, entitled ‘Mechanistic insights into the recycling machine of the SNARE complex’, was published in the...
Researchers showed that measuring the numbers of circulating tumour cells in the blood predicted which men were benefitting least from a prostate cancer drug after as little as 12 weeks of treatment. They hope their work will allow doctors to switch patients to alternative treatments earlier than is currently possible, if these results are confirmed by further studies. The research could also hasten the development of cancer treatments...
Research & Case Studies
Latest O’Neill Report on Superbug Resistance Highlights Antibiotic Research UK’s Antibiotic Resistance Breaker Concept
Novel Study on Dopamine Neurons Could Instruct Research into Mobility and Neurological Disorders
Leading Microbiologist Warns of Killer Fungi’s Increasing Threat
Latest Developments in Bio-Imaging to be Discussed at Photonex Roadshow Scotland
TTP Labtech and Almac Group to Form a One-Stop Shop for Compound Screening