Lessons learned from a 60,000 square-foot project completed in 11 months
How an old brick masonry warehouse became a lab for testing sustainability systems and methods
Study looks at IEQ conditions using dynamic control of air change rates
When customers enter into a conversation about a piece of equipment, some research can make a world of difference.
A unique piece of equipment shines a light on the inner workings and formation of clouds
Owners of original biomedicines are fighting tooth and nail to prevent biosimilar approvals, with patents being the principal battleground
Testing equipment for or in tricky environments depends on adventuresome scientists and engineers
Dwight Stoll is an associate professor in the Chemistry Department at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minnesota
Wolfgang Peti, PhD, professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Arizona, talks to contributing editor Tanuja Koppal, PhD, about the recent developments in chromatography techniques.
ICP-MS helps scientists dig deeper into the world around us
Acoustic liquid handling ensures high accuracy at low volume
Laboratories in the market for casework enjoy numerous options for materials of construction
With so many highly specialized options available, care must be taken when selecting the right ultracentrifuge for your lab
A critical feature of every mass spectrometry system is its vacuum apparatus, which creates the vacuum in which ions get separated for counting
Freeze drying, or lyophilizing, is an ideal method for evaporating or drying a heat sensitive sample, but it can be difficult to determine when the freeze drying process has reached complete dryness, or “end point.”