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Renishaw Applications Scientist, Dr Katherine Lau, will make a presentation as part of the conference program and lead a workshop on Raman confocal microscopic imaging. MMC 2015, incorporating EMAG 2015, is hosted by the Royal Microscopical Society and takes place from 29th June to 2nd July 2015, at the Manchester Central Convention Complex, Manchester, UK. During this exhibition and conference, Applications Scientist, Dr Katherine Lau...
Researchers found that errors in a gene known as TCF12 – which plays a key role in the formation of the embryonic brain are associated with more aggressive forms of a disease called anaplastic oligodendroglioma. The new research is the largest ever genetic study of oligodendrogliomas, and provides important insights into their causes – and how they might be treated. Oligodendrogliomas are fast-growing cancers that account...
The new Multiplex Cellular miRNA Assay and Multiplex Circulating miRNA Assay allow researchers to rapidly and cost-effectively profile up to 68 miRNAs in each well of a 96-well plate, with readout on a standard flow cytometer. These assays offer an easier workflow for larger sample numbers compared to alternative methods such as qPCR, microarray and sequencing, which can be resource intensive or require challenging data analysis. The Multiplex Circulating...
Designed and manufactured to the highest standards by HNP Mikrosysteme in Germany and distributed in the UK by MICHAEL SMITH ENGINEERS, the ultra-compact size and low mass of these pump and motor units ensure that they can be easily incorporated into the designs of many systems and are well suited to OEM applications. The range comprises six series of pumps, all of which provide smooth, accurate, virtually pulse-free liquids...
VIDA™ 80H is user-friendly, easy to set up and use and fully automated, so it doesn’t require a highly-trained operator. Designed to be a true "push-button" solution, it is powered by smart software that automates every step of the test sequence – from sample injection to data reporting - allowing minimal operator attendance. The meter is equipped with a patented auto injection and bubble dectection technology that delivers highly accurate...
JuLI™ FL uses novel optics to capture live-cell images from various cell culture dishes. It can perform cell- based assays, including cell counting, cell viability and GFP/RFP expression level checking. This The JuLI™ FL, from Nanoentek is the next generation, smart fluorescence live cell movie analyser and counter. The gives the user quantified cell confluence results with low variation and growth curve data....
The intrinsically safe airflow alarm that continuously monitors the face velocity is explosion proof with a hot wire sensor. The hood is constructed entirely of chemical resistant, non-conductive, flame retardant, non-metallic composite resin materials (no rust) and features an exclusive “Unitized” construction that does not require screws, bolts, rivets, or metallic hardware to assemble. The fume chamber is molded one piece seamless with all...
Three configurations are available: a 4 port internal loop sample injector; a 6 port external loop sampling/switching valve; and the industry’s first 10 port multifunctional diaphragm valve. Lifetime for the DV22 can exceed 1,000,000 cycles at ambient temperature/300 psi or 500,000 cycles at 175°C/300 psi. The standard valve is for applications in which the sample is above ambient pressure, but it can also be used with sub-ambient pressures...
The unique Dri-Pure anti-bumping system prevents cross contamination by preventing solvent bumping. With pre-programmed monitoring methods, and automatic stop systems, this frees someone up to perform other functions, increasing not just productivity but performance and results....
Research work at the Institut Curie requires petri dishes for a wide range of applications including growing bacteria, yeasts and moulds, making it necessary to regularly produce 10 to 12 different types of media in varying quantities (from one to several litres). The assurance of reliable, high throughput production of these petri dishes, free of any contamination, is critical to ongoing research work. Fatima Dekmous, Departmental Head of the Wash facility at Institut Curie commented...
ZEISS announces that it is participating in a new public-private partnership with UC Berkeley as part of the Brain Microscopy Innovation Center (BrainMIC), a component of the Berkeley BRAIN Initiative. The Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) Initiative was launched by President Obama in 2013 and is focused on revolutionizing understanding of the human brain, with the goal of helping researchers uncover the...
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International Bioprinting Congress
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Drug Combination Controls Breast Cancer for Over Twice as Long
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University of Leicester study investigates how cardiac surgery can lead to organ damage
Recent Advances in the Characterization of Nanoparticles and Biomolecules
Unique Process to Reduce Production Time of Chiral Building Blocks by 75%
New partnership between LEAP Technologies and Spark Holland
Freeman Technology Appoints a New Distributor for Scandinavia as Installations Hit an all Time High
Ubiquigent and Cyclofluidic Enter Into Collaboration to Build Ubiquitin System Targeted Compound Libraries