What have you learned from the past year about your teams, and what lessons can you apply moving forward?
Robotic and motion technologies help labs stay small, agile, and cost-efficient.
This month we feature companies that will be exhibiting at SLAS2016, which runs January 23-27, 2016 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California.
Michael Barkan is a senior informatics consultant at CSols Inc., a North American laboratory informatics consultancy with offices in Canada and the US.
Theodore Price, PhD, talks to contributing editor Tanuja Koppal, PhD, about the advent of digital cell imaging instruments that are very mobile, user-friendly, inexpensive, and intuitive to work with.
As food is raised in one spot, processed in another, and shipped around the world, it’s no wonder that food safety creates an international concern.
“If you’re out measuring water, you’re probably measuring pH.”
All of the changes in life science labs over the past few decades make some improvements less appreciated than they should be, and pipetting might be one of those.
In complicated applications of high vacuum, the technology must really fit the situation.
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Ordering lab supplies and equipment is a time consuming task, that, when undertaken without strategy drains budgets and diverts scientists’ attention away from their research.
Cytation™ 5 is a uniquely integrated, configurable system that combines automated digital widefield microscopy with conventional multi-mode microplate detection to provide phenotypic cellular information and well-based quantitative data.
Hettich Lab Technology designs, engineers, and manufactures a comprehensive line of cell culture processing equipment that delivers repeatable results for a variety of workflow requirements.
Your samples and products are important to the world; valuable research specimens, and cultures may be irreplaceable once lost.
The Proton OnSite line of hydrogen generators is the simpler, more cost-effective, and less complex approach to supplying hydrogen for laboratory and scientific applications.