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Articles from Laboratory Equipment (November 1, 2016)

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Air showers pack big, clean punch in small footprint. 137
Automation system manages samples, increases efficiency. 201
Best practices for lab notebooks. Denny-Gouldson, Paul 835
Bioreactor offers full range of applications for microbial cultivations. 122
Camera suited for SWIR imaging in medical, forensics. 139
Canopy Hoods have multiple mounting options. 111
CDS, LIMS combo perfect for GC, MS combo: as more labs combine gas chromatography and mass spectrometry for routine applications, both chromatography data systems and laboratory information management systems are becoming a must. Van Cann, Barbara 1328
Compact stage boasts small footprint, long life. 121
Crossflow device designed for water-based protein solutions. 110
Developing labs in innovation hubs: a new trend in lab design is to build in "innovation clusters," which necessitates working with lab developers much more extensively than in the past. Muth, Greg 1367
Ductless Fume Hoods suited for variety of applications. 103
Emergency shower heads offer strong, but comfortable spray. 116
Engineering a successful lab expansion: the University of Kansas recently completed a renovation of its School of Engineering, adding premier laboratory space and state-of-the-art equipment. Burdg, Jessica 1320
Expanded Wine-profiling module includes additional regions. 137
Feeling hot, hot, hot. Taylor, Michelle 721
Funding, success for life science startups is on the rise: the life science startup industry continues to benefit from heavy investments, while delivering potential life-changing products. Taylor, Michelle Cover story 2438
Gravitational waves detected for the first time. 201
Green laser diode provides better visual perception. 122
Handheld Raman, lenses combine for more accurate analysis. 104
Handheld wet-vac system can snag decades-old DNA: a new wet vacuum collection system has been on a roll solving tough cold cases with scant DNA evidence. Augenstein, Seth 1293
High-pressure flow meter is approved for hazardous areas. 124
ICP/MS offers 'assistant' functions for ease-of-use. 164
ICP/OES features compact, efficient design. 119
Imaging system accelerates infectious disease research. 102
Injector automates experiments with multiple reagents. 147
Kit extracts DNA from plant tissue. 134
Light source lamps for atomic absorption. 220
MS bench reduces noise by 75 percent. 108
Nose-dwelling bacteria produces powerful antibiotic. 232
Optical Sensor Switches monitor flow rates simply. 141
Plate holder enables 1,536 well pipetting. 144
Potentiometer input module is highly accurate. 111
Sample purification system automates extraction. 101
Seating line addresses posture, motion, weight and cleanability. 138
Software expands capabilities for engineering, process design. 146
Spectrometer combines light source, cuvette holder in one. 143
Spectroscopy system allows complete experiments in minutes. 143
Unprecedented university collaboration seeks to eradicate disease: a huge philanthropic investment has created a new research hub in California to bring scientists and engineers together for more basic research and better results. Taylor, Michelle 1351
Vacuum pump features explosion protection. 143
Workstation provides 'personal cleanroom'. 111
World's first baby born with DNA of three 'parents'. 206

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