Lab Manager has compiled the responses of 464 lab professionals regarding their pipettes, their purchasing habits and what is important to them in their decision-making process. Get those responses here.
It would be difficult to imagine a chemistry laboratory without at least one fume hood. Despite their ubiquity and the notion that they are not “sexy” lab products, a great deal of innovation has occurred in fume hoods during the last decade.
Lab Manager has compiled the responses of 274 lab professionals regarding the operation and maintenance of their fume hoods. Continue reading to find out what those responses were.
Chromatographers who learned their craft twenty years ago may not have been familiar with autosamplers then, but today nearly every high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) instrument includes an autosampler as standard equipment.
Delivering interfering RNA into whole organisms (vs. cells) presents even greater challenges, but the potential rewards are also high.
Tracing the origins of the pH meter and looking ahead to future advances.
The requirements for sophisticated instruments and well-trained, experienced analysts in food safety laboratories are essential factors in making certain that food is safe from chemical contamination.
The choices that need to be made when selecting reagents and optimizing assay protocols for RNAi-based screens.
Available in 3 different surface chemistries, covering range from hydrophobic peptides to hydrophilic.