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Chemical fingerprinting is being used to combat food fraud

Food Forensics

Added: 8 May 2014

The chemical fingerprinting of food samples will be instrumental in the fight against the deliberat…

Pittcon 2014

A showcase in scientific innovation

Added: 2 May 2014

March saw the return of Pittcon, the major US laboratory science products and innovations show, whe…

Analytica 2014

Analysis for the masses

Added: 2 May 2014

This month sees the return of one of the world’s largest laboratory analysis, technology and biotec…

Making the right connection (Figure 1)

Making the right connections

Added: 8 Aug 2013

Dr Bülent Peker of Olympus microscopy explored how researchers at the Institute of Neurosciences, T…

Cellular nano lantern

Cells under the spotlight

Added: 30 Jul 2013

Experts at Osaka University have documented a luminescent protein which allowed real-time imaging o…

FFF principle

Flow factor

Added: 1 May 2013

With traditional chromatography techniques reaching their limits in nanoparticle separation, Field-…

Polymers

A new era in polymer discovery

Added: 18 Apr 2013

With increasingly complex polymers entering the laboratory, Waters has taken on the challenge of pr…

Stress-free HPLC method transfer

Stress-free HPLC method transfer

Added: 18 Apr 2013

Ade Kujore from Cecil Instruments outlines issues that need to be addressed when writing HPLC metho…

Rotary head

How much "digital" do you really need?

Added: 5 Feb 2013

Daniel Goeggel and Anja Schué from Leica Microsystems’ Science Lab discuss factors to be considered…

Lake Shore System

The last frontier in materials characterisation

Added: 1 Feb 2013

Situated between infrared and millimeter regions of the electromagnetic spectrum, Terahertz (THz) e…

Key Innovations

Taking imaging to new depths

Added: 24 Jan 2013

Multiphoton microscopy has enabled major breakthroughs in deep tissue imaging. Now, one UK company …

IX3 Series

Olympus’ custom creation

Added: 24 Jan 2013

Olympus’ latest IX3 inverted microscopes could pave the way for greater customisation in the labora…