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ROMIL expands UK customer support
ROMIL has appointed Paul Stubbings as its UK National Sales Manager to ensure the best possible service for its expanding UK customer base. This newly created role will help to ensure the highest level of customer service for UK customers, and allow Sales Director Anthony Lenk to dedicate more time to the company’s rapidly growing direct sales and distributor-based export markets. Paul brings a wealth of knowledge and strategic expertise to ROMIL, backed by a strong foundation in chemistry. Having started his career as an analytical chemist working with GC, ICP and HPLC – and using ROMIL products – Paul understands what customers need, and how best to deliver it. This is combined with many years of sales experience in the UK and internationally, working for or supplying companies such as Shimadzu, PerkinElmer, GSK and Pfizer, as well as a number of SMEs and start-ups. Paul commented: “I’m thrilled to be joining the ROMIL team at this exciting time. There is clearly
11-07-2019  |  025x
Tecan unveils Spark® Cyto plate reader with real-time image
Tecan is launching the innovative Spark® Cyto plate reader at SLAS Europe 2019 in Barcelona, Spain, from the 26th to the 28th of June. The unique system is the first live cell plate reader to offer real-time detection and analysis of biological, chemical and physical events – capturing the maximum amount of data from every well, at the same time and under the same conditions. Building on the success of the original Spark platform, it combines the flexibility of a high-end multimode plate reader with whole well imaging and comprehensive environmental control for cell-based assays. Spark Cyto uses top-of-the-range camera components and a patent-pending LED autofocus system to provide real-time data acquisition and analysis – for 6- to 384-well formats – ensuring that no key event is ever missed. It allows qualitative and quantitative information to be integrated into unique multiparametric data sets, delivering meaningful insights faster than ever before. With three
26-06-2019  |  057x
Tecan launches optimized packaging for clear disposable tips
Tecan launches optimized packaging for clear disposable tips
Tecan has introduced a redesigned packaging format for its Tecan Pure Liquid Handling (LiHa) disposable clear tips in direct response to customer feedback. This more compact and lightweight packaging option has less dead space between tip racks, making it easier and more economical to transport, as well as reducing waste disposal costs. By optimizing the packaging, the product now contains 45 percent less plastic than the current Tecan Pure blister packs, supporting progress towards a more sustainable approach. The new design – initially available for the 200 and 1,000 μl Tecan Pure clear tips* – makes tips significantly easier to store, maximizing use of laboratory space. The clear LiHa disposable tips range, first launched in 2017, provides cost-effective, verified performance for a variety of pipetting activities that do not require capacitive liquid level detection (cLLD). Luca Valeggia, Vice President of Laboratory Automation and Consumables at Tecan,
19-06-2019  |  070x  | 
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Ingenza embarks on ConBioChem collaboration Ingenza has joined forces with leading universities and industrial partners to participate
Ingenza embarks on ConBioChem collaboration
Ingenza has joined forces with leading universities and industrial partners to participate Ingenza has joined forces with leading universities and industrial partners to participate in the ConBioChem collaboration, a translational project focused on the development of novel platform technologies for the continuous bio-production of commodity chemicals. The consortium, led by Professor Gill Stephens of the University of Nottingham, recently achieved success in the Industrial Biotechnology Catalyst – a multi-million pound competition funded by Innovate UK, BBSRC and EPSRC – resulting in the award of £3.46 million over a five-year period. The consortium includes industrial partners Ingenza, Lucite, the Centre for Process Innovation, Green Biologics and Chain Biotech – along with the University of Nottingham, University College London and the University of Cambridge – and aims to develop new industrial biotechnology-based routes to commodity chemicals, moving away from fossil fuel and petrochemical-derived building blocks. Project manager Andrew Wells from
17-01-2018  |  498x  | 
Customer stories integral to new website redesign Syrris, a world leader in flow chemistry, batch chemistry reactor and chemistry scale-up s
Customer stories integral to new website redesign
Syrris, a world leader in flow chemistry, batch chemistry reactor and chemistry scale-up s Syrris, a world leader in flow chemistry, batch chemistry reactor and chemistry scale-up systems, has recently launched a new website accompanied by a logo redesign. With an array of innovative products alongside its award-winning R&D, it was time that Syrris’ online presence reflected the energy and personality of the company; a rebrand was in order. The fresh website was designed with customers in mind, following a consultation with chemists to evaluate the appeal of different design aesthetics and determine the overall look and feel. The new layout simplifies the process of finding product and application information, and provides easy access to the support team. Supporting scientists in their research is central to Syrris’ mission, and customer stories are helpfully collated in one place on the website. Nothing is more exciting for the company than seeing its products involved in the latest cutting-edge research, whether synthesizing quantum dots, developing
27-09-2017  |  578x  | 
Dolomite Bio offers single-cell RNA-Seq to tackle kidney res Scientists at the Epigenetics in Human Health and Disease Laboratory, Monash University, A
Dolomite Bio offers single-cell RNA-Seq to tackle kidney res
Scientists at the Epigenetics in Human Health and Disease Laboratory, Monash University, A Scientists at the Epigenetics in Human Health and Disease Laboratory, Monash University, Australia, have adopted Dolomite Bio’s Single Cell RNA-Seq System to further their research into animal models of diabetic nephropathy. Mark Ziemann, research fellow and next generation sequencing specialist, explained: “Previously, we’ve run bulk RNA sequencing on these animal models, and discovered a lot of variability coming from different cell types in the kidney. Single cell RNA-Seq will help us disentangle the major cell types involved in the disease from those which are not, and determine which cells interact with the immune system. Given that this will be an ongoing focus of our research, we thought we’d invest in our own instrument for the benefit of the 65-strong department.” “We chose Dolomite Bio’s system because it’s open and flexible, offering us the possibility of looking at epigenetic modifications – such as single-cell chromatin immunoprecipitation sequencing
26-09-2017  |  531x  | 
Rainin TerraRacks™ help advance neurological research
The neuroimmunology laboratory at Nuovo Ospedale S. Agostino Estense di Baggiovara in Mode Biologist Dr Roberta Bedin explained: “Most of the laboratory’s work is specialist diagnostic testing of cerebrospinal fluid from patients suffering from neurological diseases, but we also carry out research into conditions such as multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease and epilepsy.” “I have used Rainin LTS pipettes – single and multichannel – for many years, and find them easy to handle, light weight and accurate. The multichannel pipette is especially useful for ELISAs. The LTS tips are well made and not too rigid, and the design of the pipettes allows them to be picked up without using a lot of force. Recently, our stockist suggested we tried TerraRacks. I like the fact that the racks are transparent so that you can see what you are doing and, as the plastic is recyclable, the environmental impact is taken into account. In general, the larger the volume of waste, the greater the cost of disposal. TerraRacks are not only recyclable, they can also be compressed
04-07-2016  |  458x
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