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Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc. Establishes Partnership with ANDIA LTDA.

Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc. (ATL) announce that ANDIA LTDA.(ANDIA)is now an ATL Certified Sales Agent and will market and sell ATL’s Sample Master® LIMS and laboratory automation solutions in Colombia.
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Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc. Establishes Partnership with Brady Corporation

Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc. (ATL), a supplier of Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS), announce that Brady Corporation - North America will offer ATL’s customers printers and scanners in conjunction with ATL’s 2D Barcode Package.
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Bromate Round Robin Test Confirms Superiority of the Triiodide Method

Bromate is a potential carcinogen and is generated by the oxidation of bromide traces during water disinfection by ozonization. A recently conducted round robin test has confirmed ion chromatography followed by post column reaction and ultraviolet detection to be a superior method of detection.
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Abtech Announces Appointment of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. to Advisory Board

Abtech Holdings Inc. is pleased to announce that distinguished environmental advocate and attorney, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., has joined AbTech Industries as an Advisory Board member.
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SPE Method to Recover Low Concentrations of Microcystins in Water

A newly developed method that can fully recover low concentrations (< 1 µg/L) of three microcystins (-RR, -YR, and -LR) when added to water samples has been announced by Dionex.
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Musty Warnings of Toxicity

It’s not uncommon for swimmers and boaters in Mid-West America to find their freshwater beaches covered with musty scums of cyanobacteria, photosynthetic microbes formerly known as blue-green algae. Sometimes cyanobacteria produce toxins, an event called a harmful algal bloom (HAB). A survey of cyanobacterial blooms in 23 Midwestern lakes by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) suggests the odoriferous compounds that often accompany HABs may indicate risk in recreational waters.
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Positive Feedback on Scienion’s Unique Workshop on the IVD Value Chain

“From Sample to Assay – From R&D to IVD” was the title of a two-day workshop Scienion AG hosted in Berlin recently. Almost 100 participants from 12 countries benefited from an outstanding program.
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The next carbon capture tool could be new, improved grass

Miscanthus, a potential feedstock for biofuel, could pull double duty in the fight against climate change by sequestering carbon in the soil for thousands of years.
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ITT Analytics’ new Global Water WQ-FDO and WQ-Cond Water Quality Sensors

ITT Corporation have announced that its Global Water Instrumentation brand is introducing two new water quality sensors, the WQ-FDO Optical Dissolved Oxygen Sensor and the WQ-Cond Conductivity Sensor.
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Recent Research Demonstrates Determination of Total Phosphorus in Wastewater

Total Phosphorus in water is determined using Caro's Reagent and Ion Chromatography.
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