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A Decade of delivery – Be Part of the success
Friday, May 01, 2015
Anthias Consulting Ltd will be celebrating a Decade of Delivery in June 2015 and are currently seeking two Consultants or Trainers to join the team.

New Ultra-Low Temperature Freezer Offers Outstanding Sustainability and Sample Protection
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Energy usage reduced by up to 50 percent compared to conventional refrigerant ultra-low freezers.

Rainin TerraRack Reduces Plastic Tip Box Waste
Wednesday, April 08, 2015
A revolutionary new concept in pipette tip racks, Rainin TerraRacks by Mettler Toledo are more than 50% lighter than conventional racks, yet don't compromise on strength and are completely recyclable.

Handheld Wireless 1D / 2D Code Reader
Monday, March 02, 2015
The new Micronic Handheld Wireless Scanner MINI enables users to reliably read1D and 2D tube and rack codes almost instantly.

Extremely Easy to Use Manual Capper
Saturday, February 07, 2015
New Univo Manual Capper CM480 - Designed to seal an entire rack of tubes in a single action.

Malvern Process Specialist Presents On-line Nano-particle Characterization
Wednesday, January 07, 2015
Alon Vaisman will speak about two quite different analytical techniques and their applications at IFPAC 2015.

Improving Sub-Ambient Reaction Reproducibility
Tuesday, December 02, 2014
The DrySyn Snowstorm MULTIfrom Asynt provides a simple and highly effective way to perform multiple reactions in parallel across a large temperature range including sub-ambient chemistries such as organometallic syntheses and controlled rate crystallisation studies down to -60°C.

Bigneat Announces Optiflow, a New Style of Safety Workstation
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Recirculatory filtration fume system has consistent airflow ensuring the integrity of the ‘working safe-zone’ and providing the user with unhindered accessibility.

KNF’s RC900 Rotary Evaporator Proves Popular at Oxford
Thursday, November 20, 2014
System is designed to make attaching and detaching the round bottom flask simple.

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Scientific News
Atriva Therapeutics GmbH Develops Innovative Flu Drug
Highly effective against seasonal and pandemic influenza.
Study Removes Cancer Doubt for Multiple Sclerosis Drug
Researchers from Queen Mary University of London are calling on the medical community to reconsider developing a known drug to treat people with relapsing Multiple sclerosis after new evidence shows it does not increase the risk of cancer as previously thought.
New Hope for Personalized Treatment of Eczema
Pharmaceutical researchers at Oregon State University have developed a new approach to treat eczema and other inflammatory skin disorders that would use individual tests and advanced science to create personalized treatments based on each person's lipid deficiencies.
Inroads Against Leukaemia
Potential for halting disease in molecule isolated from sea sponges.
Researchers Disguise Drugs As Platelets to Target Cancer
Researchers have for the first time developed a technique that coats anticancer drugs in membranes made from a patient’s own platelets.
HIV Patients Should Be Included in Early Clinical Trials of Anti-TB Drugs
Tuberculosis is the number one cause of death in HIV-infected patients in Africa and a leading cause of death in this population worldwide.
Combination Drug Therapy Shrinks Pancreatic Tumors In Mice
Two drugs that affect the structure and function of DNA have been found to block the growth of pancreatic tumor cells in mice, researchers hope the drugs can soon be tested in humans with the disease.
Seeking A Better Way To Design Drugs
NIH funds research at Worcester Polytechnic Institute to advance a new chemical process for more effective drug development and manufacturing.
Old Drug Performs New Tricks
Cambridge-led research reveals the powers of a "wonder drug" that has lain under the noses of doctors for 50 years.
Diabetes Drugs May Actually Release Sugar Into the Blood
A family of drugs used to treat Type 2 diabetes could promote the release of sugars into the blood - something the drugs are supposed to prevent, Cambridge scientists have claimed.
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