INTEGRA Biosciences has launched the MINI 96 portable electronic pipette, designed to increase liquid handling productivity.
Researchers from Osaka University have developed a nanocarbon material for electronics applications made from chitin derived from crab shells.
Researchers have developed human-on-a-chip technology, using human tissues in a device, which mimics human physiology.
The RFL100 data loggers use Vaisala's proprietary VaiNet wireless technology to monitor environments ranging from warehouses to production areas to cleanrooms and laboratories.
Eppendorf's 16- and 24-channel pipettes and epT.I.P.S. 384 are designed to enable the convenient pipetting of entire columns and rows of a 384-well plate.
The HypoxyLab by Oxford Optonix is a workstation and incubator, designed to enable precisely controlled levels of oxygen, carbon dioxide, temperature and humidity within a highly stabilised HEPA-filtered clean environment.
Researchers made bulk metals by smashing tiny metal nanoparticles together, which allows for customised grain structures and improved mechanical properties.
A new study from CSIRO has shown how floating a special kind of filter paper in sea water can reveal which species are present in an area.
Camfil's range of Hi-Flo glass fibre, multi-pocket bag filters feature an innovative pocket design for optimal energy-efficient air distribution.
The NanoAssemblr platform from Precision NanoSystems (PNI) enables the rapid, reproducible and scalable manufacture of nanoparticle formulations such as lipid nanoparticles to encapsulate mRNA.
Conduct repetitive pipetting steps, such as dispensing or titration, efficiently with the Multipette M4 and electronic Multipette E3 and E3x.