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What Will the Future of the Laboratory Look Like?

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What Will the Future of the Laboratory Look Like?

03/14/2017 - The modern laboratory environment is shaped by the same trends that affect most areas of today’s life: Flexibility, digitalization, communication — combined with the never-changing requirements for a lab such as safety, robustness, and cleanliness. In our article you will read more about the changes in hardware and software over the years and what the future of the laboratory might look like. read...

Water Makes the Difference

Ultrapure water improves results in 2D gel electrophoresis

Water Makes the Difference

03/14/2017 - Are there differences in quality between stored and freshly prepared ultrapure water? This article presents the results for the use of ultrapure water in gel electrophoresis and provides recommendations for the production of ultrapure water. read...

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Uniqsis: 50 % Growth in Flow Chemistry Market

Flow Chemistry

Uniqsis: 50 % Growth in Flow Chemistry Market

Uniqsis registered a 50 % growth in sales and a significant increase in trading profit for their business year ending January 31, 2017. read...

DSM and Evonik Establish Joint Venture for Omega-3 Fatty Acids from Natural Marine Algae

Germany: Fish Farming and Animal Nutrition

DSM and Evonik Establish Joint Venture for Omega-3 Fatty Acids from Natural Marine Algae

Royal DSM and Evonik announced their intention to establish a joint venture for omega-3 fatty acid products from natural marine algae for animal nutrition — enabling fish farming without using fish-based resources. read...

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3D Visualisation: New Tool in Diabetes Research

Molecular Medicine

3D Visualisation: New Tool in Diabetes Research

20.03.17 - Swedish scientists have developed datasets that are able to map the three-dimensional distribution and volume of the insulin-producing cells in the pancreas. The visual and quantitative data of this development could become a valuable reference resource for diabetes researchers. The Umeå University researchers are publishing these datasets in the Nature Research journal Scientific Data. read...

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