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Laboratory News
Drinking Water, from Sunshine
10/18/2016

An MIT team designed solar-powered portable desalination system to use in disaster zones and remote regions
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Squid Provide Insight into Human Hearing
10/18/2016

The ordinary squid, Loligo pealii—best known until now as a kind of floating buffet for just about any fish in the sea—may be on the verge of becoming a scientific superstar, providing clues about the origin and evolution of the sense of hearing
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Chemists Produce Biofuel from Used Cooking Oil
10/18/2016

A team of university chemists have demonstrated that cooking oil can be used and revalued, having managed to produce biodiesel from the used oil
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Greener is Happier
10/18/2015

Do human beings find more passion and meaning in working for the greater good—in realizing their jobs contribute more than just profit? The answer is yes
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eLegs Give Paraplegics Hope
10/18/2014

Berkeley Bionics unveiled eLEGS, a wearable, artificially intelligent, bionic device that powers paraplegics up to get them standing and walking
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China's Fastest Supercomputer Unveiled
10/15/2015

China's fastest supercomputer "Tianhe-1," is about to be equipped with Chinese-made central processing unit chips, meaning that China could rival the world's most powerful computers
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Watermelon Lowers Blood Pressure
10/15/2014

Evidence from a pilot study suggests that watermelon can be an effective natural weapon against prehypertension, a precursor to cardiovascular disease
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`SpectroPen' Can Detect Tumor Edges
10/15/2010

Biomedical engineers are developing a hand-held device called a SpectroPen that could help surgeons see the edges of tumors in human patients in real time during surgery
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Device Measures Mars’ Atmosphere
10/15/2010

Instruments designed by a UT Dallas professor to measure atmospheric components on the surface of Mars have uncovered important clues about the planet’s atmosphere and climate history
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Vibrational Spectroscopy Gets Faster
10/15/2010

A paper by researchers at NIST may breathe new life into the use of a powerful—but tricky—diagnostic technique for cell biology
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Article
Try One, Try All
10/23/2010
New approaches in sample preparation and separation allow scientists to mix and match separation media and devices by Dr. Hongshan Li, Technical Lead and Senior Principal Scientist, and Dr.......Continue
 
The Future of the Laboratory
10/23/2010
Pressures on today's laboratories have serious national and global implications as the industry struggles to educate the healthcare world about its role in healthcare delivery prospect. Critical to solving this problem will be the advancement of the laboratory itself, specifically in the field of automating molecular diagnostic testing.......Continue
 
PCR, Fast
10/23/2010
by Viresh Patel, Ph.D., Bio-Rad Laboratories Several standard PCR protocols can be modified to shorten run times and maximize throughput........Continue
 
Parylene Gets Promoted
10/23/2010
by Bill Boyd, Specialty Coating Systems Smaller, less expensive deposition systems are enabling biomedical and life science labs to undertake parylene experimentation........Continue
 
Cell Snapshot
10/23/2010
by Rolf O. Ehrhardt, MD, PhD and Brian Schryver, BioCision, LLC Reproducibility of cell cryopreservation is necessary for consistent post-thaw cell function........Continue
 
Oxygen: Too Much of a Good Thing
10/23/2010
by Douglas Wernerspach, Julie Morris and Mark Wight, Thermo Fisher Scientific Oxygen-controlled incubators can provide the low O2 conditions necessary for stem cells derived from bone marrow and adipose tissue.......Continue
 
Decontamination Concepts for CO
10/23/2010
A User’s Perspective by Daniela Maurer , Dipl. Biochem., Scientific Product Management, BINDER GmbH , Tuttlingen Microbial contamination—caused by bacteria, bacterial spores, viruses, mycetozoa, yeast or other microorganisms—frequently presents a major risk in cell culture experiments........Continue
 
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Products
Cytometer Makes Antibody Discovery Easier
10/23/2010
Suited for antibody discovery, TTP LabTech's Mirrorball, a high-sensitivity laser-scanning microplate cytometer, reliably performs mix-and-read, cell- or bead-based assays.......Continue
 
Biological and Cryogenic Sample Storage Solutions
10/23/2010
Micronic's full range of biological and cryogenic sample storage tubes, sealing arrangements, tube racks, and tube sorters includes the MX4 sample handling and verification system.......Continue
 
Magnetic Beads Improve Multiplex Assay Automation Compatibility
10/23/2010
Millipore's multiplex assays use magnetic beads for more consistent results and automation compatibility.......Continue
 
Automated Micro Bioreactor System
10/23/2010
The ambr advanced micro bioreactor system from The Automation Partnership (TAP) replicates the characteristics of classic bioreactors at microscale (10- to 15-mL working volume) by using cost-effective, disposable micro bioreactors controlled by an automated workstation.......Continue
 
Chemiluminescent Substrate Simplifies Screening
10/23/2010
Lumigen HyPerBlu, a chemiluminescent substrate from Beckman Coulter, enables direct detection of hydrogen peroxide.......Continue
 
Analysis Software Improves ICPL Quadruplex Technology
10/23/2010
Suited for simultaneous proteome analysis of four protein samples, Biophoretics' Serva ICPL Quadruplex kit now includes ICPLQuant analysis software........Continue
 
Ion Channel Screening Platform Integrates Liquid Handler
10/23/2010
Fluxion Biosciences' IonFlux patch clamp system now includes full automation and walk-away capability.......Continue
 
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