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Learn about the importance of measurement uncertainty in the manufacturing and use of certified reference gases. Understand the differences between error and uncertainty, accuracy and precision. Discover how to minimise your risk.
Discover how to avoid lab water contamination. Learn about what you are up against, what to look for, and how to minimise risks in your area of work.
Learn about elemental impurity testing and how the recent innovation of microwave closed vessel digestion maximises your analytical results.
Learn about the cutting edge solutions McKesson implemented to optimise processes and deliver pharmaceuticals safely and reliably.
UV/VIS spectroscopy is a powerful method used on a daily basis in many laboratories. It is easy to perform, takes little preparation and provides near-instant results in the analysis of nucleic acids, proteins and bacterial cell cultures.
Currently 70% of researchers fail to reproduce experiments. With so much research built on previous work, our scope for scientific discovery is significantly limited.
Good manufacturing practice regulators in Australia have sharpened their focus on life science warehouse storage and distribution practices. Regulatory thinking has shifted from quality-by-test to quality-by-design systems with emphasis on the level of risk to product quality and patient safety.
Regulatory bodies in drug manufacturing and distribution have long been working together to create standards for temperature monitoring that will ensure the quality of drugs, devices and biotechnology. The mean kinetic temperature (MKT) value has been identified as a potential tool for evaluating the impact of temperature on product quality.
High selectivity is a critical element of successful quantitative bioanalysis. Recent technology advances have increased selectivity well beyond its previous gold standard — providing bioanalytical scientists with new dimensions and tools with which to work.
Automated environmental monitoring systems are now a critical element in many laboratory operations. To reduce your risk of adulterated product and missing data, ongoing system maintenance is essential. This is easily achieved by integrating the software-based system into your own organisation's quality system.
Hand protection is rarely a one size fits all, especially in the life sciences. Whether hands need to be protected from hazards or products require a complete barrier, hand protection requires careful selection.