Trends in Chromatography Use

Trends in Chromatography Use

Serge Cremers, Pharm. D., PhD, is an associate professor at Columbia University Medical Center and an attending clinical...
Well in Hand

Well in Hand

Advances in miniaturization and microfabrication have resulted in handheld and portable instruments that are i...
Compressed Gas Cylinders

Compressed Gas Cylinders

Using compressed gases in the laboratory can be dangerous if they are not handled properly. Many gases can be explo...
Leak-Free GC

Leak-Free GC

Maintaining a leak-free GC or GC-MS system is critical for obtaining optimal system performance with reliable, repr...

Leaving Helium Behind

The business benefits of on-site hydrogen generation for gas chromatography
GC Systems Buyer's Guide

GC Systems Buyer's Guide

Gas chromatography (GC) was at one time commonly called “GLC,” where the “L” stands for liquid. Insid...

No Interference

As samples become increasingly active and more complex, labs simply cannot afford interferences caused by flow path activity ...