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Sartorius Campus expands: Official opening of the new manufacturing facility for laboratory instruments

The largest single investment of Sartorius Campus totaling around 42 million euros

15-Sep-2017

With its new facility for the manufacture of laboratory instruments, Sartorius provides high-quality production conditions and an advanced, efficient work environment. The biopharmaceutical and laboratory equipment supplier officially opened its approximately 42-million-euro new building as part ...

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Grand opening of new laboratory world

Training and testing facilities on over 1,500 m2

27-Mar-2013

Shimadzu has created a new Laboratory World for its customers from all over Europe. The Laboratory World is located at Shimadzu’s European headquarters in Duisburg, Germany. On an area greater than 1,500 m2, testing facilities are available for Shimadzu’s entire product range – from ...

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Tecan and Attana extend distribution agreement

13-Oct-2011

Tecan and Attana AB have announced an extended distribution agreement under which Tecan will distribute Attana's label-free biosensor instruments and quartz crystal microbalance (QCM) assay technology in Europe. This collaboration covers the Attana 100, Attana 200 and Cell 200 instruments, as ...

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Quartz crystal microbalances enable new microscale analytic technique

30-Nov-2010

A new chemical analysis technique developed by a research group at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) uses the shifting ultrasonic pitch of a small quartz crystal to test the purity of only a few micrograms of material. Since it works with samples close to a thousand times ...

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Microchip patented which separates and extracts tumor cells in the blood

25-Oct-2010

Ikerlan-IK4 and Mondragón Unibertsitatea are taking part in a project initiated by the Spanish National Research Council, CSIC, and which has developed a microchip capable of separating and extracting tumour cells in the blood stream by means of ultrasonic waves. The Foundation General Hospital ...

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The search for improved carbon sponges picks up speed

01-Jun-2010

Jeffrey Long's lab will soon host a round-the-clock, robotically choreographed hunt for carbon-hungry materials. The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory chemist leads a diverse team of scientists whose goal is to quickly discover materials that can efficiently strip carbon dioxide from a power ...

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Surface hygiene test wins the Chemical Industry Innovation Award

29-Apr-2010

Surface hygiene is a major food safety and healthcare challenge across the world. Orion Diagnostica Oy and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland have developed a chemical test card for surface hygiene monitoring. A wide range of applications is envisioned for the innovation. The innovation, ...

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Chemistry for a Raney day

02-Dec-2008

Spanish and Mexican scientists have stumbled across a new way to monoalkylate amines that they claim is more environmentally friendly than alternative routes. José García Ruano, at the Autonomous University of Madrid, and colleagues were using Raney nickel to cleave nitrogen–sulfur bonds in ...

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Cooperation Makes Microreactor Technology Accessible to Fine-Chemistry and Pharmacy

13-Oct-2008

The Dutch companies Micronit Microfluidics, FutureChemistry and Flowid announced the start of a cooperation named Access2Flow. Together, the three companies will offer a new generation of microreactor systems that enable chemists to quickly and safely perform fluid reactions on an industrial ...

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Novasep has Extended its Custom Chiral Separation Capabilities to Offer Optimized and Efficient Purification Solutions

Custom Chiral Separation Using Preparative Chromatography Eases and Speeds up Process Development; Rapidly and Efficiently Producing the Required Amount of Compounds for Early Development Phases While Being Cost Efficient at Industrial Scale

30-Sep-2008

Novasep has recently added a state-of-the-art cGMP pilot scale continuous chromatography unit in its Chasse sur Rhône (France) facility. This ensures cost efficient separations of kilograms to tens of kilograms of pure enantiomer for clinical supplies. Novasep operates six FDA-inspected ...

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