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Eppendorf offers now a further building block in supporting scientists with tailored solutions for the daily lab routine: Controlled and reliable cell thawing is mandatory for further downstream ex...
pipetus® combines many years of experience, innovative technology and superior-quality materials. Charging and dispensing of the medium is realised at the press of a button. Exact meniscus configur...
Until now, the automated construction of Next Generation Sequencing libraries has only been economical for preparations of at least 96 samples, as entire plates are processed using multichannel dis...
Interpret your RAMAN spectra and get professional results with just a few clicks. Retrieve reliable functional group assignments and browse more than 400 tabulated functional groups in the built-in...
New on target material identification apps based on Infrared and Raman spectra databases! Quickly analyze polymers and plastics, pharmaceuticals, environmental, forensic and other materials. You on...
Latest news from analytical laboratory, environment, chemistry, life sciences and quality control
- Gene protection for Covid-19 identified
A scientific and medical team led by Newcastle University, UK, have demonstrated that the gene, HLA-DRB1*04:01, is found three times as often in people who are asymptomatic. This suggests that peop...
- X-ray flash imaging of laser-induced bubbles and shockwaves in water
Everyone is familiar with tiny gas bubbles gently rising up in sparkling water. But the bubbles that were created by intense focused lasers in this experiment were ten times smaller and contained w...
- A low-cost, mobile near-infra-red spectrometer
Sugar or sweetener? Cotton or wool? Fake or genuine? At first glance, the average consumer finds it hard to tell the substances that food or textile products actually contain. Equipment which uses ...
- How catalysts age
PSI researchers have developed a new tomography method with which they can measure chemical properties inside catalyst materials in 3-D extremely precisely and faster than before. The application i...
- Enantiomorph distribution maps for metals and metallic alloys
Left- or right-handedness is a symmetry property that many macroscopic objects also exhibit and which is of immense importance, particularly for the bioactivity of organic molecules. Chirality is a...
Latest jobs for chemists, biologists, engineers, laboratory heads, assistants and technicians
Precisa Gravimetrics GmbH, Germany and Austria - 06/10/2021
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- (Associate) Director Bioanalytics (m/f/d)
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Latest laboratory fairs, congresses and seminars
09/01/2021 - 09/04/2021 Gläsernes Labor Akademie, course (Berlin-Buch [D])
09/14/2021 - 09/22/2021 Gläsernes Labor Akademie, course (Berlin-Buch [D])
09/20/2021 - 09/21/2021 PSS Polymer Standards Service, seminar (online)
09/23/2021 DECHEMA-Forschungsinstitut, seminar (online)
11/09/2021 - 11/10/2021 Deutsche METROHM, seminar (Filderstadt [D])
Technical Papers for Analytical Laboratories
- What Exactly Is a Pollen Allergy?
Many people welcome spring with its warmer weather, longer days, and blossoming flowers and trees. For the more than 26 million Americans who suffer from allergic rhinitis including pollen allergies, however, this season can be full of misery. What Is Pollen? Pollen is a very fine powdery substa....
- New derivatization reaction of perfluorcarboxylic acids with N,N-dimethylformamide dialkylacetals
N,N-dimethylformamide dialkylacetals are very powerful derivatization reagents. The most known member of this group is N,N-dimethylformamide dimethylacetal or shortly DMF-DMA. We tried to use this compound to derivatize perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and form an ester. However, our research showed...
- A new generation of optical microscopes for mobile phones
Optical microscopy is entering a new world. Future microscopes will be chipsised and have super-resolution capabilities. This means they will be available in everyday life, not just in specialist laboratories. And it might become possible to detect SARS-CoV-2 and other viruses using a smartphone....