Despite regulatory challenges, the future of testing services is promising
Sandia National Laboratories’ Algae Raceway Testing Facility: Bringing biofuel research out of the flask and into the pond.
How to strategically manage your equipment, supplies, and personnel budget
Keeping instrumentation in tip-top shape is incentive enough to purchase a service contract
Helping researchers understand the unknown barriers they face
The latest equipment, instruments, and system introductions to the laboratory market
New microwave digestion technology increases accuracy while reducing time
Laboratory fume hoods are designed to protect the worker by containing and exhausting harmful or toxic fumes, gases, or vapors from chemicals used in the hood
Standardizing the methods will improve products for recreational and medicinal applications
While no one will call a handheld “everything” field environmental laboratory a concrete goal, that is where the industry is heading.
Dr. Donald Land is a tenured professor at the University of California, Davis, and chief scientific consultant at Steep Hill Labs, a leading cannabis science and technology firm.
Tanuja Koppal, PhD, speaks with Jennifer Smith, PhD, deputy director of the ICCB-Longwood Screening Facility, and Yanhui (Claire) Hu, PhD, senior bioinformatician at the Drosophila RNAi Screening Center in the Department of Genetics at Harvard Medical School
Chromatography data systems (CDSs) have evolved alongside computers and data systems during the past 40 years, reaping all the benefits of cheap storage and data processing.
To quantify nucleic acids, DNA, or RNA, scientists often use the quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR).
One of the most common pieces of equipment in any lab is the laboratory oven.
Lab washers go through installation qualification, operational qualification, and performance qualification
There was a time when life science companies managed the entire lifecycle of nearly every asset in house.
Problem: Laboratories and research organizations generate millions of nonhazardous lab disposables per year.
Problem: The basic purpose of a peristaltic pump is to move fluids from A to B. This is not enough for manufacturers of analysis equipment and manufacturers of sensitive devices.