Scientists are developing a process for removing hexavalent chromium from water, with a little help from sponge-like crystals known as metal–organic frameworks.
The Rocker Lafil 300-BioDolphin provides an all-in-one, space-saving solution for the suction of cell culture and laboratory waste. The complete system integrates a vacuum source, waste bottle and suction kit.
The 310-litre Spark-free Laboratory Freezer (LGex 3410) is purpose-built and certified to ATEX directive 2014/34/EU, making it suitable for storing flammables and combustible materials between -9°C to -30°C within the eight drawers provided with the freezer.
The Malvern Panalytical Spraytec is a laser diffraction-based particle size analyser and is designed with a measurement rate fast enough to characterise sprays and aerosols in real time.
Whether it is for nucleic acid purification, PCR set-up or general liquid handling, the epMotion 5075t liquid handling system fully automates routine pipetting tasks in the lab to increase productivity and throughput.
Sensia Solutions has manufactured a high-precision system for measuring body temperature that can be used to detect fever in individuals accessing facilities.
Beckman Coulter's Echo 525 Liquid Handler is said to be the first rapid acoustic liquid handler designed specifically for biochemical and genomics reagent transfer, enabling scientists to spend more time looking at data.
An autoclave is a device that uses steam to sterilise equipment and other objects. For those in research, TOMY offers its SX series of compact top-loading autoclaves to meet the user's sterilisation requirements.
The MicroCal PEAQ-DSC microcalorimeter allows the thermodynamic and kinetic stability of proteins, nucleic acids, lipids and other macromolecules to be determined.
The small footprint of the LIEBHERR Laboratory Fridge-Freezer Combo makes it suitable for labs that have limited space. Configured with the user in mind, the 254 L fridge compartment is stacked on top of the 107 L freezer compartment, giving users easy access to samples and reagents.
A cheap, biocompatible white powder that luminesces when heated could be used for non-invasively monitoring the temperature of specific organs within the body.
By incorporating the latest advances in machine learning with nano-indentation, it is possible to improve the precision of the estimates of material properties by as much as 20 times.