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Conference
15-07 – 17-07
2018
Heidelberg, DE
EMBL Conference: Microfluidics 2018: New Technologies and Applications in Biology, Biochemistry and Single-Cell Analysis

Microfluidics is a quickly growing, highly interdisciplinary field at the interface of physics, engineering, chemistry and biology. Over the past years microfluidic approaches have been used for a variety of applications, including nucleotide sequencing, functional genomics, single cell/ single ...

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Webinar
On-Demand
MicroCal PEAQ-ITC live launch

Find out how the new MicroCal PEAQ-ITC will help you... Biochemistry & molecular recognition Investigate signaling pathways Gain new insights into the structure/function relationships of important biomolecular interactions Perform binding studies AND enzyme kinetic measurements Investigate ...

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Unsurpassed protein SEC using the latest innovation in advanced detection, OMNISEC

During this webinar, we introduces the latest innovations in SEC technology, and discuss how the new OMNISEC system will assist your protein characterization challenges. Focusing on applications, the webinar compares the capabilities of the system with previous products, and discusses how these ...

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Pipette Calibration: Don't Risk Your Results!

Pipettes and other liquid handling instruments are widely used devices in all life sciences labs. The transfer of liquids in milliliter and microliter volumes is an essential technique in molecular and cell biology as well as biochemistry and microbiology labs in industry, academia and the ...

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