Join Lab Manager and our experts as we discuss the latest technology for environmental monitoring and testing
Ohmsett's saltwater test tank mimics real-world environment
The redesigned system allows customers to perform metals digestion at higher temperatures—up to a maximum 200°C (392°F), which is above industry standards
Novel method vastly outperforms conventional ones
While no one will call a handheld “everything” field environmental laboratory a concrete goal, that is where the industry is heading.
Analysis, elbow grease, and legwork can bring in new business at little or no cost
A conversation with sample extraction experts Dr. Kang Xia and William Ickes
Environmental testing had been a sleepy marketplace until the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency began issuing strict regulations for air, soil, and water in the 1970s. Environmental law spawned thousands of large and small laboratories, many of which had been operating in nonenvironmental industries.