A novel feature of the HPP270 series probes is the ability to evaluate H2O2 sensors' performance through the 'Sensor Vitality' value.
Hamilton Robotics' NGS STAR assay-ready workstation is a comprehensive solution for next-generation sequencing (NGS) applications from whole genome to whole transcriptome sequencing and targeted sequencing applications.
The intersection of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the pharmaceutical industry has opened up new possibilities for enhanced inventory management and authentication.
An innovative strong and stretchy plastic, which can be healed with heat, remembers its shape and is partially biodegradable, has been developed by Japanese researchers.
Torrey Pines Scientific's EchoTherm RHB20 Series, designed for use in robotic systems, is a small, self-contained unit that runs off 12 VDC.
Researchers have developed a new mechanism to make water droplets slip off surfaces, which promises to have implications wherever droplet-repellent surfaces are needed.
Scientists have developed a lab-made hydrogel that behaves like natural tissue, with a number of qualities that have implications for medical, food and manufacturing technology.
Lipodisq novel lipid/polymer nanoparticles have been developed as mimics of naturally occurring high-density lipoproteins (HDL). The particles are in the size range of 11 to 40 nm in diameter, enabling enhanced penetration and diffusion into membranes.
The platform was designed to transform NGS library preparation for genomics researchers by bringing together capabilities for precise pipetting, non-contact reagent dispensing, shaking and incubating within a compact benchtop design.
The AppliFlex ST has been designed to make life in the lab easy. The bioreactor is available in 500 mL, 3 L and 15 L capacities.