Olympus is proud to announce the winners of their first Global Image of the Year Life Science Light Microscopy Award, a competition that recognizes the best in life science imaging worldwide.
The Lee Company’s LPD Series variable volume dispense pumps are stepper motor driven, positive displacement pumps that are designed to meet the demands of modern-day applications: consistent long-term performance and reliability in a compact lightweight package.
In this webinar, you will review best practices, short cuts, and tricks-of-the-trade to become more successful in developing effective HPLC methods (potency and ICH-compliant stability-indicating assays) using method templates and universal generic gradient methods.
Labtech International has been appointed as the UK and Ireland distributor of CryoCapCell, the France-based manufacturer of the technology-leading HPM Live μ high pressure freezing system.
A new study by chemists at the University of Arkansas shows that X-ray crystallography, the standard method for determining the structure of proteins, can provide inaccurate information about a critical set of proteins - those found in cell membranes - which in turn could be leading to poor and inefficient drug design.
Kibow® Biotech Inc, a pioneering probiotic company in gut modulation with its novel "Enteric Dialysis®" technology platform, is celebrating its 22-year anniversary on October 1st, 2019.
Dietary fiber has been found to reduce the risk of high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes in a study presented at the American College of Cardiology Middle East Conference 2019.
A study has revealed that brake cell failure causes some types of seizure disorders.
Los Angeles hospital has apologized and offered full support after stem cells perish in fridge malfunction.
The 3D Printing business unit of Cytosurge has been recognized as the technological global market leader for additive manufacturing of microscopically small metal components. We are pleased to announce as of today that all 3D Printing activities of Cytosurge will be transitioned into an autonomous entity.
Researchers have revealed that plant foods may be transmitting antibiotic resistance to the gut microbiome.
A new detection method which can identify the presence of bacteria within a minute, while distinguishing healthy from non-viable bacteria, could save many lives and a lot of money. Scientists at the University of Warwick reported this technology, based on alterations in electrical signaling in bacteria in response to external electrical stimulation.
ZwickRoell is pleased to invite you to the premier event in materials testing for the medical and pharmaceutical industry. Join us this October 14-17 in Germany for the 28th international testXpo at ZwickRoell Headquarters in Ulm.