Shakers are ubiquitous items in biomedical laboratories and, therefore, a crucial purchase to consider
Learn how often our readers use their shakers in their labs and more from our latest results
To accomplish vital functions in suspension cell culture, one requires a shaker that meets certain requirements
When shopping for the right shaker, there are many factors to consider; as the rock band Genesis would say, there’s an “ocean of motion.”
Learn how often our readers use their lab shakers and much more in our 2017 survey results.
Learn the top ten features readers’ readers look for and more from our latest shaker survey results.
It all comes down to the sample
Most of today’s biology labs need to shake something, and often in a controlled environment. That’s a job for a temperature controlled or incubator shaker.
The wide variety of lab shaker designs on the market reflects the increasing diversity of scientific experimentation. Labs now use a greater range of sample sizes than ever before, from liters to microliters.