Statebourne Cryogenics has developed the Biorack racking system based on a 133 x 133 mm footprint to accommodate blood bags, cord blood bags, Falcon tubes, 96-well plates and IVF straws in a narrow-neck LN2 refrigerator.
AUT University has announced the opening of the AUT-Roche Diagnostics Laboratory in an example of the strong collaboration between the university and Roche Diagnostics - a partnership said to be the first of its kind in New Zealand.
RMIT University has announced a $1.25 million research facility to support the development of cheap, ultraprecise and easy-to-use nanodevices for the rapid diagnosis and detection of health hazards.
Automated environmental monitoring and biological monitoring systems provide effective and reliable methods for monitoring of viable and non-viable particles in Grade A/B cleanrooms along with other critical environmental conditions such as pressure, relative humidity and temperature.
Early work has begun on the ANM Project - a $168 million plan to build a nuclear medicine manufacturing plant and waste treatment plant to treat by-products for permanent, safe storage.
Optimum Handling Solutions has a comprehensive range of dangerous goods storage cabinets specially designed to assist users in the safe and compliant storage of all hazardous material and substances, whether storing flammable, toxic or corrosive liquids.
The Baker SterilGARD e3 Class II Type A2 Biosafety Cabinet offers an adaptive ergonomic design, combined with an airflow management system and containment technology, to improve comfort, increase productivity and reduce the costs of ownership.
The concept team behind Massey University's multifunction teaching laboratories were awarded the Best Practice Award for Innovation at the Association for Tertiary Education Management conference, recently held in Australia.
Air Science Vent-Box modular ventilation and filtration systems offer protection against chemical inhalation risks without expensive, energy-consuming duct work. They are designed to protect laboratory personnel from chemical vapours found inside stand-alone chemical safety storage cabinets.
In July 2013, following the award of $29 million from the Education Investment Fund, ‘The Braggs’ was officially opened. Named after University of Adelaide alumni Sir William Henry Bragg and his son, Sir William Lawrence Bragg, the $100 million building is the home of the Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS).
Safety product specialist Actisafe has designed a flammable and corrosive goods storage cabinet suitable for the storage of corrosive materials and pesticides in completely safe and secure conditions.
Don Whitley Scientific has launched a 10-plate petri dish rack made from stainless steel. The robust, sturdy and autoclaveable racks are suitable for stacking, sorting and storing petri dishes in a Whitley Workstation.