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Fast Prototyping of Fluidic Devices Using Fluidic Factory 3D Printer
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Quick fabrication of microfluidic devices has always been challenging: existing fabrication methods for microfluidic devices such as injection moulding, micromilling and bonding involve long and costly fabrication processes.

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Examining the Relationship of Chemicals and the Circular Economy
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As knowledge of the impact of chemicals on the environment and human health increases, regulations to control hazardous chemicals increase.

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Making Nanoscale Submarines Useful
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Following the discovery of nanoscale submarine, scientists have made further development on it to make it better fit the research condition in labs.

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Advancing Live Cell Analysis
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Phasefocus have recently launched Livecyte™ for immunological, neurobiological, cancer and basic cell biology research.

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The Rise of Digital Healthcare Technologies
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Digital technologies are increasingly becoming a promising source of solutions to many of the current challenges the population is facing.

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Democratizing NIR Spectroscopy
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Process Analytical Technology tools play a vital role in QbD, but are often both difficult and expensive to install.

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New Study Reveals Structure of Zika Virus for First Time
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A team of researchers determined the structure of the Zika virus, which reveals insights critical to the development of effective antiviral treatments and vaccines.

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Introducing the Thermo Scientific™ iCAP™ RQ ICP-MS
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Thermo Fisher Scientific recently introduced their new iCAP™ RQ ICP-MS.

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Centrifugation: Capacity, Control and Care
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Accelerating the R&D process is a key priority for many businesses around the world and research labs are increasingly under pressure to process more samples more quickly.

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Safeguarding the World’s Water Supply
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A growing population is putting increasing demands on the world’s water supply; more water is needed for drinking, agriculture and industry, along with more contamination being introduced from waste products.

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