The dragonfly discovery is an automated liquid handling system that has been designed specifically for assay development and high-throughput screening.
The 6775 Freezer/Mill is SPEX's small cryogenic grinding mill that accommodates sample sizes ranging from 0.1–5 g. It is specifically designed for grinding and pulverising tough and/or temperature-sensitive samples immersed in liquid nitrogen.
T&T Scientific has created the NanoSizer Liposome Mini Extruder, a single-use liposome extrusion device that simplifies the process of preparing liposomes for research laboratories, manufacturing facilities and clinical settings.
The arium mini essential is a compact laboratory water system for labs needing up to 10 L per day of type 1 (ultrapure) water.
Metrohm presents a fully automated solution for the determination of total acid number (TAN) and total base number (TBN) in up to 112 samples. The process is based on the OMNIS Sample Robot and addresses the needs of QC laboratories in the petrochemical industry as well as contract laboratories looking for an efficient solution to cope with high sample loads.
US scientists have developed a highly reversible, water-soluble material based on phenazine, an organic molecule used in dyes and antibiotics.
The LIEBHERR Laboratory Freezer with Profi controller is German engineered with high-quality materials, and equipped with advanced functions for the safe and secure storage of the user's valuable samples and reagents.
Built on the Zetasizer Nano range, the Zetasizer Pro and Ultra systems from Malvern Panalytical deliver enhanced speed and ease of use for the measurement of particle and molecular size, particle charge and particle concentration.
Michell Instruments has launched its upgraded S8000 chilled mirror hygrometer range, including the S8000 RS, the S8000 Remote and the mid-range S8000 Integrale.
Ocular lasers, or lasers on the eyes, may now be possible with the development of an ultrathin membrane laser using organic semiconductors.
The NanoAssemblr platform from Precision NanoSystems offers microfluidic-based technologies for nanomedicine development to introduce formulation opportunities that, in addition to being scalable, provide extensive control over the size optimisation and manufacturing process.