Published: October 6 2012
Scientists started using true vacuum pumps more than 350 years ago, and investigators used suction pumps for more than 400 years before that. Consequently, removing gas to create a vacuum is not new in science. Nonetheless, the way of removing that gas keeps changing.
Published: September 4 2012
Users demand accuracy, consistency and capabilities In science laboratories, researchers know the value of keeping samples frozen for long periods of time. Nonetheless, many scientists don’t give much thought to the features of a
Published: July 6 2012
The phrase “biological safety cabinet” sounds straightforward enough. It’s clearly a cabinet meant to keep biological hazards safely contained. This technology, though, comes in a broad range of classes: Class I; Class II, Type A1
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