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Germany: Machine Learning
Artificial Intelligence Makes State-of-the-Art Microscopes Even Better
Sweden: Behavioral Sciences
Stressed-Out Together: Owner's Personality Affects Stress Level in Dogs
UK: Automation of Supply Chain
Cell and Gene Therapy: UKRI Grants Loan to Expedite Digitization of Batch Verification
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Labforward Ramps Up Series B Financing to >8.5 Million Euro in Second Closing
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Compact TOC Analyzer for High-Purity Water Applications
Agilent’s LC/MS Instruments Receive ACT Labels
Latest PCR Developments
Rapid Testing: Secret Weapon Against Covid-19
Latest Articles in "Water and Environmental Analysis"
Germany: Water Purification
Bacterial Contamination of Drinking Water May Be Linked to Seasonal Dynamics
Sweden: Climate Research
How the EU Can Reduce its Impact on Tropical Deforestation
USA: Water Purification
Computational Methods Pave the Way for Next-Generation Membrane Technology
Australia: Detection of Toxins
Solar Energy Technology Helps to Detect Chemical Warfare Agents and Pesticides
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Sweden: Dynamics of Microbiota
Can a Healthy Diet Be Mathematically Computed?
Czech Republic: Plant-Based Medicine
Garlic — Effective Defence Against Vampires and Bacteria
Just One Bottle of Soft Drink Can Double Fat Production
USA: Food Analysis
The Science of Whiskey: How Environmental Conditions Impact a Spirit's Flavor
Latest Articles in "Bio- and Pharmaanalysis"
Brain-on-Chip Unravels Mechanisms Behind Parkinson's Disease
Germany: Multiplexable RNA Test
CRISPR Discovery With the Potential to Revolutionize Covid-19 Diagnostics
USA: Automated Biotherapeutic Characterization
Collaboration to Ensure Efficient Workflows for Biopharmaceutical Characterization
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How to set up a balance
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Lower Weighing Pan for a Relaxed Weighing Process
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One consequence of the coronavirus pandemic has been global restrictions on mobility. This, in turn, has had an effect on pollution levels in the atmosphere.
Nearly all of us have in one way or another come into contact with PCR tests in recent months. Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) only requires a small DNA sample of the virus to detect an infection with Covid-19. In recent weeks and months, companies have successfully launched ever faster test kits — some of which we are presenting in this article.
Mission Lucidity brings clinicians, scientists, and engineers from Imec, KU Leuven, UZ Leuven, and VIB together to gain a deeper understanding of neurodegenerative disorders with the ultimate goal of curing and preventing them. One of the projects (Brain-on-chip) tackles Parkinson’s disease.
Being able to detect an infection with SARS-CoV-2 and to distinguish its variants can be decisive for gauging the spread of disease and selecting the right therapy. Researchers from Würzburg at the Helmholtz Institute for RNA-based Infection Research (HIRI) tackle this challenge with a new CRISPR discovery they translated into a diagnostic platform called Leopard.
Scientists have combined artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms with two cutting-edge microscopy techniques — an advance that shortens the time for processing images taken with a microscope from days to mere seconds.
The relationship a dog has with its owner is related to its stress level. This is the conclusion of a newly published study from Linköping University, Sweden. The results, published in the journal Scientific Reports, also suggest that the link between stress and the owner's personality traits differs between dog breeds.
Developer of manufacturing systems for cell and gene therapies, Autolomous, has received a loan from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), the public innovation agency, as part of the medicine’s manufacturing challenge.
With the successful completion of a second closing, Labforward adds more than three million Euro to the Series B from January, bringing the total funds raised to more than 8.5 million Euro. The majority of the new investment comes from the Fielmann Family Office, majority owner of the leading German family business of the same name that serves its 27 million customers across 15 European markets with eyewear and hearing aids.
The TOC-1000e is the first analyzer in Shimadzu's eTOC series of on-line TOC analyzers designed for pure water applications. According to the company, the TOC-1000e system has the world’s smallest and lightest cabinet and provides high-sensitivity detection, making it ideal for fields requiring high-purity water applications, such as precision manufacturing, pharmaceuticals and semiconductors.
Both the Infinity Lab LC/MSD iQ and the Ultivo Triple Quadrupole LC/MS systems from Agilent have earned the Accountability, Consistency and Transparency (ACT) Label from My Green Lab. The nonprofit organization is dedicated to improving the sustainability of scientific research.
A project led by Prof. Dr. Irina Engelhardt, who teaches hydrogeology at the TU Berlin, aims to enhance our understanding of bank filtration processes and to improve predictive capabilities of models describing transport of microorganisms in bank filtration. Model-based tools are developed to enable waterworks operators to assess more accurately the purification potential of their bank filtration plants with regard to microorganisms.
The import of palm oil, soybeans, and beef contribute significantly to deforestation in other parts of the world. Researchers from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, and the University of Louvain, Belgium, evaluated over a thousand policy proposals for how the EU could reduce this impact.
Semi-permeable polymer membranes are an efficient way to produce clean water. To overcome existing challenges such as fouling, US researchers have now used computational methods to advance membrane technology.
In a colourful solution to a dangerous problem, Australian scientists are adapting a component from cutting-edge solar cells to design a rapid, light-based detection system for deadly toxins.
A new mathematical model for the interaction of bacteria in the gut could help design new probiotics and specially tailored diets to prevent diseases. The research, from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden, was recently published in the journal PNAS.
Researchers from the University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague found new possibilities for use of garlic compounds in human medicine.
Moderate amounts of sugar are already enough to boost fat production in the liver. This is shown in a study by researchers from Switzerland. According to the study, household sugar, which is widely used, is particularly predestined to promote the development of diabetes or fatty liver.
Flavor differences in whiskey can be discerned based solely on the environment in which the barley used to make the whiskey is grown, a new study co-authored by an Oregon State University researcher found.
You need to document samples in transmitted light or fluorescence in your routine lab? To achieve best image quality, this can get time consuming. Learn in this webinar, how to speed up your image acquisition with Smart Microscopy from ZEISS.
Learn how to improve the quality, reliability and reproducibility of your imaging data. Adding advanced automation features to your microscope setup can help you to get better results with less efforts.
A collaboration between Waters and Genovis aims at developing and marketing complete routine biopharmaceutical characterization workflows based on the Waters Bio Accord LC-MS System, Andrew+ pipetting robot and Genovis' Smart Enzymes.
A density determination can be carried out with a balance. A new poster by Mettler Toledo gives tips on how to set up the density measurement.
Today’s busy laboratories are under pressure to produce, and spilled materials are often an unwelcome show-stopper when weighing. Not anymore. With an new patented lattice weighing pan, laboratory workers keep working while maintaining the accuracy your process requires to enhance productivity and throughput.
Weighing is an important act in every laboratory — but it can become tedious and even uncomfortable. The design of the new, smaller XPR Analytical balance gives a deeper access to the weighing chamber.
Laboratory technicians often don't know which test weights and weight class they should choose to check the performance of their balances and scales. The free Mettler Toledo GWP Recommendation service specifies the correct test weights and weight class based on the degree of accuracy you need to satisfy your specific process tolerances.