Adam Moore, HPLC Applications Chemist at Hamilton Company, discusses the use of HPLC and polymer column separations in exploring the presence of plasticizers leaching from consumer plastic bottles.
Accurate and reliable testing for the presence of allergens in food products is of the utmost importance, for both compliance with regulations & the safety of consumers.
Two recent research studies using LC-MS — focused on the analysis of beer and e-cigarettes — demonstrate the power of the technology for applications of importance and emerging concern.
The NEW Kjel and Dist Lines of steam distillation solutions from BUCHI are extremely accurate, ensuring the sustainable use of resources and offering maximal safety during operation.
Molecular methods such as quantitative polymer chain reaction (qPCR) have gained significant momentum for use in microbial testing of cannabis. Here are a few key considerations for use of these methods and commercial kits.
We caught up with Melissa Fauth, President and CEO, and Jeff Scott, Business Development Manager, to learn more about the exciting new PULVERISETTE 11 Knife Mill and ANALYSETTE 22 NeXT Particle Analyzer instruments.
Several new platforms have recently launched for foodborne pathogen analysis, those which may offer promising solutions to the growing body of food safety challenges.
Verder Scientific, a world leader in sample preparation and materials analysis technologies, is celebrating it's 20th anniversary in the United States
Hardy Diagnostics is a 100% employee-owned company that is licensed by the FDA as a medical device manufacturer, and its quality management system is ISO 13485 certified. Hardy Diagnostics has been helping people live healthier lives since 1980. Our microbiology products are used all over the world to diagnose and prevent disease.
The purely digital “reboot” format for the conference this year made for an outstanding experience, rich with interactive, on-demand, and downloadable content -- in addition to some electrifying new product buzz.
Thermo Scientific instruments for food rheology and food extrusion allow users to create, process, and monitor food products to have ideal texture, shape, mouthfeel, processability, shelf life, and more.
Analytical methods standards organizations such as AOAC International are making significant headway in providing scientists and laboratories with consensus-driven, verified processes for universal food safety testing.
New and emerging supercritical fluid chromatography applications have brought with them a host of new technologies -- with elevated performance, efficiency, and green chemistry as key drivers.
As a vital resource, this annual event focuses on the latest in lab instrumentation and provides a forum for the science that drives technology innovation. Here is a snapshot of this year’s show.
FRITSCH is an internationally respected manufacture of application-oriented laboratory instruments. Our instruments are used worldwide for Sample Preparation and Particle Sizing in industry and research. Quality made in Germany. Since 1920.