Consumables

Protease Inhibitor Library

09 May, 2007 | Supplied by: http://www.biomol.com/Online_Catalog/Online_Catalog/Products/36/?categoryId=939

The Screen-Wellâ„¢ Protease Inhibitor Library from BIOMOL International includes 53 known protease inhibitors on a single 96-well plate.


Automated culture media preparation

12 March, 2007 | Supplied by: Ai Scientific Pty Ltd

The AES Chemunex Masterclave 09 for culture media preparation features an extra large magnetic stirrer and high precision core temperature control. The Masterclave 09 lets users rapidly prepare 1-9 L of high quality culture media.


Latex: a sensitive issue

07 February, 2007 by Wendy Cramer, Journalist

The number of people who have an adverse allergic reaction to latex is growing on a daily basis. And while there are synthetic options available, the bad news is that the favourable properties of natural rubber latex have yet to be replicated


Control of chemicals of security concern

18 January, 2007

Widespread consultation has begun in a review of the use and supply of chemicals of security concern to prevent their possible use in a terrorist incident.


Reagent range

09 October, 2006 | Supplied by: Thermo Fisher Scientific

Thermo Electron Clinical Chemistry is offering the convenience of a 2 x 28 mL kit size for Amylase Infinity (TR25456), Bicarbonate Infinity (TR28356) and Uric Acid Infinity (TR24356) reagents.


Flexible containment system

11 September, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.pall.com/

Protecting workers and the surrounding environment from exposure to hazardous compounds poses an increasing challenge to pharmaceutical manufacturers as new and more potent active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) enter the processing pipeline, such as cytotoxic drugs to treat cancer.


Nucleic acid gel stains

09 August, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.jomar.on.net

GelRed and GelGreen nucleic acid gel stains combine sensitivity, safety and stability.


Heat-resistant gloves

08 March, 2006 | Supplied by: Ansell

Ansell's ThermaPrene combines the flexibility and chemical resistance of Neoprene and the heat resistance of a soft thermal liner. ThermaPrene can protect against intermittent contact with hot surfaces up to 200°C and is virtually unaffected by detergents and common cleaning solutions.


OH&S testing

08 December, 2005 | Supplied by: http://www.acohs.com.au/

ACOHS has released Labsafe - a web-based program designed for testing the occupational health and safety knowledge of staff and students.


Enhanced cell attachment products

10 August, 2005 | Supplied by: http://www.corning.com/

Corning Life Sciences has added 6, 12 and 24 well plates, 35, 60 and 100 mm style dishes and the 235 cm2 expanded surface flask to its CellBind Surface family of products. The CellBind surface improves consistency and provides more uniform cell attachment across well, dish and flask bottoms, allowing for higher cell yields.


Sourcing stem cells

19 May, 2005

Australia's medical research capability has been strengthened with the opening of a stem cell research precinct at the Monash University.


Fine chemical finesse

20 April, 2005

Sigma-Aldrich has a new identity for its fine chemicals business, SAFC. SAFC will have over 650 of Sigma-Aldrich's 6000 employees dedicated to its success and will embrace the company's recent acquisitions, Ultrafine and Tetrionics.


Superacid - The world's strongest acid uncovered

08 January, 2005

Researchers at the University of California, Riverside have discovered the world's strongest acid. Remarkably it is also the gentlest acid


Fumigant replaces damaging gas

17 September, 2004

CSIRO and the global industrial gas company the BOC Group have signed a deal to deliver to the international market a new environmentally-safe fumigant for treating soil, insect pests, weeds and diseases.


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