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How Miniaturization is Improving Laboratory WorkflowsHow Miniaturization is Improving Laboratory Workflows

Compactness is a well-known trend that has been present for many years in consumer goods and in laboratory equipment. Compact instruments are changing the laboratory landscape through the flexibility inherent in their footprint.

Absorbance 96, the compact microplate reader, has been used in a traditional benchtop setting but has also been implemented in space-restricted areas such as incubators or anaerobic chambers. Whatever (and wherever) the application may be, you will have your own small, portable, decentralized, intuitive microplate reader to assist.

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   Digital Forensics in an Evolving WorldDigital Forensics in an Evolving World
With the rise in the use of communication technologies by almost every individual in modern societies, an increase in digital activities was expected to follow.
   Expanding Soil Microbiology from the Laboratory to EcosystemsExpanding Soil Microbiology from the Laboratory to Ecosystems
Soil microbiology research greatly relies on big data. This suggests that experiments will no longer be conducted primarily in the laboratory but will instead be conducted in the field.
   Making Lab Automation Work Through COVID and BeyondMaking Lab Automation Work Through COVID and Beyond
Global disruption from the COVID-19 pandemic means that research has been delayed and supply chains may be unstable for the foreseeable future, therefore making lab automation work through COVID and beyond is more critical than ever.
   Trending Technologies: A Comprehensive Guide to PCR EquipmentTrending Technologies: A Comprehensive Guide to PCR Equipment
The polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technique is popularly used in laboratories and research centers for many applications, such as DNA sequencing, genomic library creation, gene expression profiling, and mutagenesis.
   Automation in Forensic ScienceAutomation in Forensic Science
Automation has helped forensic science experts to tackle the exponential growth in cases, to solve crimes, and prevent them.