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DeNovix Introduces a New dsDNA Fluorescence Kit
Thursday, March 10, 2016
Company has introduced a new dsDNA fluorescence kit that enables sub-picogram concentration fluorescence quantification for single-cell, ChIP-Seq, laser dissection, and other low sample input genomics applications.

Si-Ware Systems Launches Volume Production of NeoSpectra Sensor for Material Analysis
Thursday, March 10, 2016
Company has launched Smallest, Lowest-Cost Module Enables Innovative On-Site Mobile Applications.

New Instruments and Software Designed to Improve Trace Elemental Analysis
Thursday, March 10, 2016
Company has announced the iCAP RQ ICP-MS spectrometer and Qtegra ISDS are designed for help maximize efficiency and simplify method development.

EDX-7000/8000 Energy Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometers Now Compliant With US FDA Electronic Signature Regulation
Wednesday, March 09, 2016
Company has announced that the electronic records produced by Shimadzu’s EDX-7000/8000 are trustworthy and reliable for use in the pharmaceutical and food industries.

Shimadzu Introduces Its LABNIRS functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy System in the United State
Wednesday, March 09, 2016
Company has announced the release of LABNIRS fNIRS system for brain imaging research.

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center uses a Renishaw inVia Confocal Raman Microscope
Friday, March 04, 2016
Company has announced that the memorial sloan kettering cancer center uses an inVia to support the development of novel nanoprobes for molecular imaging, image-guided therapy and theranostics.

New Tube-Above WDXRF Spectrometer from Rigaku Features Advanced Guidance System and Automatic Application Setup
Wednesday, March 02, 2016
Company has announced introduction of the new ZSX Primus IV WDXRF Spectrometer featuring new guidance system software for all stages of measurement and data analysis and automatic application setup.

inVia Used to Study Graphene and other Nano-Materials at the University of Tokyo
Tuesday, March 01, 2016
Company has announced that the University of Tokyo has used the inVia microscope to study graphene and other nano-materials in the development of energy related devices such as solar cells.

On-Demand Liquid Nitrogen Generator
Monday, February 29, 2016
The Asynt CryoSyn is a unique on-demand generator (available in 10, 20, 40, 60 & 120L capacity models) which generates liquid nitrogen and nitrogen gas for industrial, medical, food and agricultural, biological and general laboratory applications.

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Unveiling the Complexity of Mysterious Protein Folding
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New System for Detecting Explosives
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Raman to Study Radiation Damage in Cells, Tissues
Raman spectroscopy used to detect radiation damage in cells and tissues during cancer treatment at the University of British Columbia in Okanagan, Canada.
Fast, Simple Test for Colitis
A minimally invasive screening for ulcerative colitis using emerging infrared technology could be a rapid and cost-effective method for detecting disease that eliminates the need for biopsies and intrusive testing of the human body.
Crucial Reaction for Vision Revealed
Scientists have tracked the reaction of a protein responding to light, paving the way for a new understanding of life's essential reactions.
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