Companies and researchers are rising to the challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic to help ensure lab essentials are available, not only for testing, but for essential research as well.
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.
We take a moment and examine a few new product trends that will help the industry gain stronger footholds in the new year and beyond.
Recent work has shed light on the basis of chocolate matrix interferences in potency testing
Solubility, stability, dose release, and bioavailability -- progress in these areas is essential for the effectiveness of cannabis formulations, and the future of cannabis drug development moving forward.
Beadbeating technology was developed and originally commercialized by BioSpec Products in the late 1970’s -- over time becoming the preferred method for laboratory cell disruption applications. Continued innovation has focused on the needs of labs to access a growing number of tissue and cell types and components.
Are your cannabis products pesticide free? Do you know the potency? Retsch, as the world leader in sample preparation, provides laboratory mills for size reduction and sample homogenization to ensure reliable analytical results. As the Cannabis industry continues to grow, laws and regulations continue to evolve in order to ensure that the quality of the product meets the standards for safety and labeling.
The annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience is a humbling experience. The electrifying hum of high-minded neuro-speak echoes among the attendees – over 30,000 strong. A resounding topic of discussion this year included new imaging technologies and the insight these may provide into complex brain processes.
The PRO homogenizers and generator probes from PRO Scientific are precision designed for the most demanding cannabis processing and testing applications.
Beyond instrument horsepower, enabling solutions are needed more than ever to ensure quality and efficiency of upstream workflows. Here are recent examples.
Advances in efficiency, precision, reliability, and scalability are critical to meet increasingly stringent guidelines and overall growth of the industry.
Warming baths and chillers serve a range of duties in the lab, and intended use, capacity, efficiency, and operational costs play major roles in choosing the right device.
The latest technologies provide compatibility with various subsequent extraction kits, making them a key fit for analytical labs, large and small.