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Porvair Previews New Microplate Products at ACHEMA

Visitors to ACHEMA 2015 have been invited by Porvair Sciences to Stand F44 in Halle 4.2 to see their expansive range of application optimised microplates and microplate equipment... [More]
Eppendorf launches mobile app

Eppendorf launches mobile app

Eppendorf AG's new app offers a variety of useful aids for everyday laboratory work in addition to product information that has been optimized for mobile devices. [More]
Copley Scientific to showcase new accessories at RDD Europe 2015

Copley Scientific to showcase new accessories at RDD Europe 2015

Cascade impaction is used for all inhaled product testing but is a manually intensive process. Copley Scientific’s sample preparation tools help to alleviate bottlenecks, ensure that testing is consistent, reproducible and controlled, and also reduce the risk of repetitive strain injury (RSI)... [More]

Lucideon Receives ISO 17025 Accreditation for Wear Testing

Lucideon, the international materials technology company, has been awarded ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accreditation for the total wear testing of hip joints... [More]
EKF launches next generation Hemo Control POC hemoglobin analyzer

EKF launches next generation Hemo Control POC hemoglobin analyzer

Available as a cost effective basic device which stores up to 4000 patient results, the new Hemo Control offers enhanced on-board Data Management (DM) functions following upgrade with the DM ‘add pack’ if required at a later date... [More]
Providing critical protection for patients in the healthcare industry

Providing critical protection for patients in the healthcare industry

Without a reliable power protection system in place to condition the voltage supply for the CT scanners, the efficiency of the scanners would be jeopardized... [More]

Comfortable, compact, clever - CX23 microscope

With its high-quality optics, superior frame stability, outstanding ease-of-use and portability, the CX23 is a reliable choice of microscope for routine observation in educational, routine or in-the-field environments... [More]
E-cigarette use among American high school students is at an all time high

E-cigarette use among American high school students is at an all time high

A new government report has shown that the use of electronic cigarettes has tripled among American high school students between 2013 and 2014, raising concerns that the fight against teen smoking is failing... [More]

Health innovation pioneered in East Midlands to be showcased at international conference 17th April

A ground-breaking training project for junior doctors – developed in Leicester and soon to be launched in Lincolnshire - is being showcased to a global audience of health experts at an international event next Friday (24th April). [More]
Strong and aesthetic ceramic implants and abutments for the dental industry

Strong and aesthetic ceramic implants and abutments for the dental industry

Picoparts has extensive experience in designing and producing small precision parts made of Zirconia, which led to the company founding a Dental Division in 2008... [More]
Flagship Biosciences customizes assay development and tissue image analysis for advanced cell diagnostics RNAscope platform

Flagship Biosciences customizes assay development and tissue image analysis for advanced cell diagnostics RNAscope platform

Flagship Biosciences and Advanced Cell Diagnostics collaborate to develop quantitative RNAscope® assays for pharmaceutical clinical trials in the CLIA environment... [More]
International science team pave way for fast and accurate diagnosis of the influenza virus

International science team pave way for fast and accurate diagnosis of the influenza virus

Statistics indicate that, on average, adults over the age of 30 only contract the influenza virus twice in a decade – but far more frequently (self) misdiagnose a cold virus (commonly rhinovirus or coronavirus) as being the flu... [More]

Significant progress for Epigem in SYMPHONY aflatoxin research

Epigem has developed, using microfluidics, a de-fatting device which is as efficient as a centrifuge and will reduce animal tests times from hours to minutes... [More]

Rockwell automation enhances pharmasuite MES software for medical device manufacturers

The PharmaSuite v7.0 software extends its proven batch track-and-trace capabilities, already used by some of the world’s largest pharmaceutical producers, into the discrete environment... [More]

Malaysia wins “International Medical Travel Journal (IMTJ), Medical Travel Destination of the Year Award 2015"

Malaysia has been proclaimed “Medical Travel Destination of the Year” at the International Medical Travel Journal (IMTJ) Medical Travel Awards 2015... [More]
TSRI Scientists find that nicotine use increases compulsive alcohol consumption

TSRI Scientists find that nicotine use increases compulsive alcohol consumption

Why do smokers have a five to ten times greater risk of developing alcohol dependence than nonsmokers? Do smokers have a greater tendency toward addiction in general or does nicotine somehow reinforce alcohol consumption? [More]

Trio of Andor EMCCD cameras chosen to unravel the inner structure of Herpes simplex virus

Although super-resolution light microscopy has broken new ground in our understanding of subcellular structures and the movement of individual molecules within cells, its use to investigate virus particles is in its infancy... [More]
LaVision BioTec reports on the Beatson Institute for Cancer Research and their use of multiphoton microscopy to understand the behaviour of cells in cancer metastasis

LaVision BioTec reports on the Beatson Institute for Cancer Research and their use of multiphoton microscopy to understand the behaviour of cells in cancer metastasis

LaVison BioTec, developers of advanced microscopy solutions for the life sciences, report on the research of Professor Kurt I Anderson and his groups' studies of cell migration in the context of cancer metastasis at the Beatson Institute for Cancer Research... [More]
Lucideon doubles its wear testing capabilities in the US

Lucideon doubles its wear testing capabilities in the US

Lucideon has invested in a new six station knee wear testing simulator, doubling its capacity to perform knee wear testing for orthopaedic implant manufacturers and taking the total investment in this service to over £1 Million across the group... [More]
Temple/St. Luke's medical students engage Bangor area sixth graders in active learning about health

Temple/St. Luke's medical students engage Bangor area sixth graders in active learning about health

School to provide an interactive health education and science assembly to interest students in healthy living and disease prevention... [More]
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