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Algenuity launches new Algem® HT24 photobioreactor at AlgalB
Algenuity launches new Algem® HT24 photobioreactor at AlgalB
Visit Algenuity at the 9th International Conference on Algal Biomass, Biofuels and Bioproducts (AlgalBBB 2019) in Boulder, CO, from the 17th to the 19th of June, for the launch of the Algem HT24 photobioreactor. AlgalBBB covers all areas of emerging algal technology, placing a major emphasis on the latest unpublished technical and scientific results, along with discussion and direct interactions with strategic partners, funding sponsors, and leaders in the field. The Algem HT24 is a compact, computer-controlled photobioreactor for microalgae research. It comprises 24 separatereactors – each independently controlled and monitored – enabling the highest throughput of strain, culture media, and growth condition variance commercially available. Precisely calibrated, white LEDs provide maximum flexibility with light intensity and diurnal light cycle (light/dark periods) control, while the fully enclosed design eliminates contamination from unwanted light (optional red LEDs
17-06-2019  |  004x  |  News in brief  | 
Phoenix Molecular Designs and WuXi STA Reach Drug Supply Mi
Phoenix Molecular Designs and WuXi STA Reach Drug Supply Milestone to Support Phase I/Ib Study of PMD-026 for TNBC Vancouver, British Columbia and San diego, June 4, 2019 – Phoenix Molecular Designs (PhoenixMD), a privately-held biotechnology company designing precise cancer therapeutics targeting essential kinases, announces today the completion of clinical trial supply manufacture for PMD-026. PhoenixMD's lead program, PMD-026, is the first RSK inhibitor built for the treatment of triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC). The clinical trial supply was undertaken by STA Pharmaceutical (WuXi STA), a subsidiary of WuXi AppTec, and is being used to support IND-enabling toxicology studies and an upcoming Phase I/Ib study in women with breast cancer. In March 2018, the companies entered into a major manufacturing agreement, and have since produced a multi kilogram drug supply for PMD-026 under GMP manufacturing practices. This represents a significant milestone, accelerating
12-06-2019  |  037x  |  Product news
Fritsch exhibits at the pittcon 2019
Fritsch exhibits at the pittcon 2019
Pittcon is the world’s leading annual conference and exposition on laboratory science. Besides introducing the Fritsch innovations,the team also participated in in a variety of events during the PITTCON: The Fritsch team members shared their expertise with industry and regulatory professionals in a moderated session titled Cannabis Testing Forum: New Opportunities for Enhancing Quality and Expanding Research and also was featured in a talk related to extraction science in the session Optimize This. How Grinding, Packing and Pushing Can Improve Cannabis Extraction. The Lab Gauntlet is a series of short, fun, one-minute challenges where attendees compete for prizes. The Fritsch challenge for the participants was to match comminuted samples to the original whole material item and for them to guess which milling technology was used for samples with different material properties. Participants were astonished to see a mobile phone reduced into powder. Help Pittcon Make
11-06-2019  |  045x  |  News in brief  | 
Create any PCR work rack you like With the innovative DeBox-In 123 bricks
Create any PCR work rack you like
With the innovative DeBox-In 123 bricks All inserts are: •Connectable to each other from all sides •Indestructible •Available in eight different colors •Made from recycled and reprocessed Medical Grade PP DeBox-In 123 bricks are a part of the DeBox™ Family of BIOplastics: a modular storage- and PCR rack system.
11-06-2019  |  059x  |  Product news  | 
Square one cuvette Holder
Square one cuvette Holder
The Square one cuvette holder is designed to hold 1 cm pathlength cuvettes securely for performing optical measurements. Included with each holder are three collimating lenses with fiber optic couplings, integrated mirror to optimize signal reflection, built in cover to block ambient light and two filter holders that accept both 12.5 and 25 mm diameter filters. When used with Ocean Optics spectrometers and light sources, Square one is ideal to measure absorbance, fluorescence, scattering or any combination of these optical phenomena. Versatile design – configure holder for absorbance or fluorescence measurements * Dual filters – allows light to be filtered entering and/or exiting the cuvette holder * Integrated cover for photosensitive samples * Fiber optic couple with SMA 905 connectors * Collimating lenses with adjustable focal length
11-06-2019  |  049x  |  Product news  | 
Amsterdam University Medical Center wins MR Solutions’ newly launched Image of the Year Award
Amsterdam University Medical Center wins
MR Solutions’ newly launched Image of the Year Award The Amsterdam University Medical Center has won MR Solutions’ Image of the Year 2019 award for the best molecular research image. Preclinical image submissions came in from most of MR Solutions’ users across the world. The winners which were presented at the ISMRM conference in May were chosen by a panel of leading academics who examined images from MRI, PET or CT – or a combination of imaging modalities. The winning submission The winning submission was carried out by Amsterdam PhD researcher, Gustav Strijkers. This technique was used in cardiac research to produce a high fidelity 3D tractography of the left ventricle heart muscle fibres of a mouse. The exceptional quality and accuracy of the cardiomyopathy research significantly advances the preclinical imaging sector in the battle to better understand heart muscle disease and treatment. The submission from Sydney Imaging Core Research Facility came a close second place for the high quality MR abdominal image of
11-06-2019  |  047x  |  News in brief  | 
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