News - 18 Jun 2020
Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is a widely used tool for chemical analysis and molecular structure recognition.
Because it typically relies on the weak magnetic fields produced by a...
News - 5 Jun 2018
The detection of biomolecules — such as nucleic acids, proteins, and lipids — as well as their interactions in heterogeneous biological samples is highly important for gaining insights into a large...
News - 17 Nov 2014
Molecular Devices, a leader in bioanalytical systems for drug discovery, life science research, and bioassay development, today announced the launch of the Digidata® 1550A Low-Noise Data...
News - 15 Dec 2011
SAW Instruments, a manufacturer of biosensor-based laboratory equipments for life sciences research, has signed an agreement to permit ACOBIO, a distributor of laboratory instruments, to sell...
News - 30 Aug 2011
A research team in Germany has developed an "electronic nose" for "smelling" heart failure. The nose is part of a novel non-invasive method for early detection of heart failure....
News - 15 Sep 2010
To thwart possible terrorist attacks and to detect contamination on sites of former military installations, researchers have been concentrating their efforts in recent years on methods for the...
Article - 14 Feb 2023
This article from TOFWERK outlines how the Vocus CI-IMS-TOF can be used to measure separate isomers as they appear in VOCs.
News - 23 Sep 2020
TESTA Analytical Solutions e.K reports how the internationally respected Department of Chemistry at the University of Helsinki (Finland) is using its BI-200SM light scattering goniometer for...
News - 11 Feb 2016
Researchers at UPM are developing a low-cost prototype that will allow us to remotely detect hazardous gases from the analysis of color changes adopted by certain compounds in the presence of such...
News - 19 Jun 2015
A George Washington University professor has designed new technology that can identify traces of chemicals at 10-19 moles, a previously undetectable amount. This minute quantity can be conceptualized...