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Size Matters: From Fast Pulverization to Long-Term Grindings

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Size Matters: From Fast Pulverization to Long-Term Grindings

13/09/2019 - Homogeneity is an important requirement for many samples in the labo­ratory — regardless of whether they are required for analyses or syntheses. Read how you can use a new mixer mill to produce powders with particle sizes down to the nanometer range. read...

Sartorius Launched New Modular Bioreactor Vessel for Cell and Gene Therapy Applications

Modular Bioreactor

Sartorius Launched New Modular Bioreactor Vessel for Cell and Gene Therapy Applications

12/07/2019 - Following the trend towards biopharmaceutical medicine Sartorius launched for its ambr 250 modular benchtop automated mini bioreactor system new vessels, which are designed for gentle stirring and optimum growth of cell lines. The system allows cost-effective, scalable process development of cell and gene therapies. read...

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Collagen from Jellyfish Set to Revolutionize Tissue Engineering

UK: Biomedicine

Collagen from Jellyfish Set to Revolutionize Tissue Engineering

Jellagen has developed a manufacturing process that allows laboratory technicians to scale up the production of collagen from jellyfish. The resulting product is a new jellyfish collagen hydrogel suitable for 3D cell culture and tissue engineering. read...

Free Interactive Case Study for University Students

UK: Interactive Knowledge Base

Free Interactive Case Study for University Students

A new free interactive case study to help chemical engineering undergraduate students in conducting laboratory experiments more safely has been produced by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (Icheme)’s Safety Centre. read...

There's Something Fishy in Loch Ness

New Zealand/UK: DNA Sampling

There's Something Fishy in Loch Ness

University of Otago geneticist, Professor Neil Gemmell announced the results of investigations into the environmental DNA present in Loch Ness. The results come after 250 samples of water were taken around, through the centre, and into the very depths of the lake. The “monster-factor” has provided Professor Gemmell with an opportunity to showcase the science of eDNA to the world, and the project has subsequently drawn considerable interest. read...

Researchers Sequence Pea Genome for the First Time

France: Genetics

Researchers Sequence Pea Genome for the First Time

An international team led by researchers from Inra and CEA succeeded in assembling the first sequence of the pea genome. This study is to help improve traits of interest for peas, such as disease resistance, regularity of yield and nutritional value. read...

Corals Control Nitrogen Cycle in Reefs

Saudi Arabia: Symbiosis

Corals Control Nitrogen Cycle in Reefs

Corals are shown to recycle their own waste ammonium using a surprising source of glucose — a finding that reveals more about the relationship between corals and their symbiotic algae. read...

Innovations that Shape the Future of Laboratories

UK: Lab Innovations 2019

Innovations that Shape the Future of Laboratories

Lab Innovations will once again offer a one-stop showcase of new products and various aspects involved in future-proofing the laboratory. Visitors to the trade fair at the NEC, Birmingham on 30 and 31 October, will be able to discover ways to improve workflow efficiency, benefit from advances enabled by the digital age, and make sustainable procurement decisions. read...

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There's Something Fishy in Loch Ness

New Zealand/UK: DNA Sampling

There's Something Fishy in Loch Ness

10.09.19 - University of Otago geneticist, Professor Neil Gemmell announced the results of investigations into the environmental DNA present in Loch Ness. The results come after 250 samples of water were taken around, through the centre, and into the very depths of the lake. The “monster-factor” has provided Professor Gemmell with an opportunity to showcase the science of eDNA to the world, and the project has subsequently drawn considerable interest. read...

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