Verder Scientific, a world leader in sample preparation and materials analysis technologies, is celebrating it's 20th anniversary in the United States
Mass spectrometry once again wields its might, combating the COVID-19 pandemic from multiple aspects. Here is a brief look at some of the method development and collaborative efforts that are leading the charge.
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.
The Tacta family of pipettes from Sartorius offer the highest-quality and performance, while attending to the comfort and well-being of the professionals that use them. Tacta pipettes are the perfect solution for performance and sustainability in cannabis lab operations.
New potency analysis products span the spectrum, from novel cannabis testing techniques such as FTIR and NMR spectroscopies, to innovative sampling techniques and more. Here is a brief view of new products on the market.
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.
The new decade holds both promise and remaining challenges for widespread adoption of mass spectrometry in the clinical lab
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.
The Future Trends in the Cannabis Industry Interactive Infographic is a living resource keeping pace with the rapidly evolving cannabis industry. This post serves as a chronology of the infographic, citing ongoing developments in the areas of: Advancements in Instrumentation, Advancements in Research, Testing Standardization, Genomics and Chemotypes, and Quality Control Improvements.
The Liquid Handling Station closes the gap between electronic pipettes and highly complex, expensive pipetting robots - handling routine tasks at high speed and precision, quietly and reliably.
Performance, versatility, ergonomics were product themes that prevailed over the past year. The next generation of emerging technologies promise to bridge these advancements together with fresh automation and robotic capabilities.
Advanced features, precision control, and operator resources aim to extend centrifuge instrument capabilities and performance.