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New Biochip as a Test for Non-Approved Genetically Modified Organisms in Food


During recent weeks consumer protectors discovered non-approved, genetically engineered LL601 rice in German and European supermarkets. This has now also been confirmed by official food control authorities. Only a few weeks ago, similar reports were released by the American health agency FDA who ...


Presentation of Eppendorf Young Investigator Award 2005 in Düsseldorf


The 2005 award is the 11th research prize awarded by the Hamburg Biotech company to honor outstanding work in biomedical research in Europe. This year, the prize was awarded to Dr. Thomas Helleday (34) from the Arrhenius Laboratory, Stockholm, Sweden. His most recent work on concepts of gene ...


Applied Biosystems and Eppendorf announce Real-Time PCR Instrument Licensing Agreement


Applied Biosystems Group announced it has granted a worldwide, royalty-bearing license to Eppendorf AG under a real-time thermal cycler patent rights agreement. Under the agreement, Eppendorf will have the right to manufacture and sell real-time thermal cyclers in the research and applied fields. ...


Eppendorf expands manufacturing in the U.S.


The Eppendorf AG is going to establish a new production site in the U.S. in order to supply its laboratory products at the point of demand. Thus, the company reports on setting up a manufacturing facility in Enfield, Connecticut, USA. Eppendorf will upgrade the existing buildings and start the ...


10 Years of Eppendorf Award: Application deadline approaching


The countdown has started. Until 30th June, 2004, researchers aged up to 35 working in Europe can apply for the Eppendorf Award For Young European Investigators which is endowed with 15,000 Euro. This highly reputated prize acknowledges outstanding performance based on methods in molecular ...


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