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Rules for the classification and Use of balances

A balance is a commonly used instrument when we do experiments, especially in quantitative analysis, it is even more essential. The accuracy of the balance weighing will also directly affect our final analysis results. Therefore, it is very important to choose and use the balance correctly. Before introducing different balances, let me tell you about two important indicators of the [...]

2022-08-09T17:32:57+08:00August 9th, 2022|Blog|

Types and History of Shakers

Laboratory shakers, also known as mixers, are laboratory products used in chemistry and biology to mix liquids and prepare solutions and suspensions. This equipment creates a movement between liquids or between liquids and solids to achieve processes of mixing, suspension, dispersion, homogenization, heat transfer, etc. At present, stirring systems (agitators) are used in all laboratories, be they chemistry, or biology, [...]

2022-07-30T11:31:50+08:00July 30th, 2022|Blog|

Do you know about UV-VIS Spectrophotometer?

Spectrophotometer Overview: After some groups in the molecule absorb visible radiation, the transition of electronic energy level occurs, resulting in the absorption spectrum. Since various substances have different molecules, atoms and different molecular space structures, the energy of absorbing light is different, so each substance has its own unique and fixed absorption spectrum curve, which can be determined according [...]

2022-07-22T17:50:03+08:00July 22nd, 2022|Blog|

How Do Hydrogen Gas Generators Work?

Colourless, odourless and invisible to the naked eye, hydrogen is a simple yet incredibly useful chemical element. It’s abundant in the universe and accounts for around 75% of all matter, including stars, water and atoms in the human body. While hydrogen is widely available, isolating the chemical element is another matter. This is where hydrogen gas generators step up. Splitting [...]

2022-07-16T11:31:08+08:00July 16th, 2022|Blog|

Monkeypox: What Do We Know So Far?

What is monkeypox? Monkeypox is an orthopoxvirus belonging to the Poxviridae family that causes monkeypox disease. While the monkeypox virus was first identified in 1958 in a Danish lab, human monkeypox was discovered as a zoonotic viral disease many years later in 1970 in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Since then, it has spread to various parts of Africa. There [...]

2022-07-14T17:55:07+08:00July 14th, 2022|Blog|

How to completely get rid of plastic in the laboratory

Plastic is no longer fantastic. Nadine Bellamy-Thomas looks at how laboratories are adopting more sustainable practices, trending away from single-use plastics, returning to glassware where possible and managing water consumption as standard everyday practice It is quite amazing how quickly the tide is turning against plastic usage. It’s great to see and it genuinely seems to come from concern for [...]

2021-09-23T17:51:03+08:00September 23rd, 2021|Blog|

Tight Temperature Controls Are Crucial for COVID-19 Vaccine Storage

Ensuring the vaccines aren’t exposed to adverse temperatures will be the biggest challenge for the -80°C Pfizer vaccines Joe LaPorte is director of projects and regulatory at PHC Corporation of North America. Joe has over 30 years of international experience in the field of cold chain management and ultra-low refrigeration. He has served on the ENERGY STAR stakeholder committee for [...]

2021-08-26T14:14:37+08:00August 23rd, 2021|Blog|

Safe Sample Prep in Centrifugation

  Containment of biological agents and infectious substances is an essential element in maintaining a safe environment for biomedical and microbiological laboratories, Biosafety Levels labs, and vaccine production facilities. Protecting against the potential release of hazardous aerosols into a lab during centrifugation requires good laboratory practices. 1. First Level of Protection: Labware Protecting lab and personnel from aerosol leakage and spills [...]

2021-08-20T16:42:18+08:00August 20th, 2021|Blog|

Keep cool and get the right refrigerator for your laboratory

The ability to cool and store items at particular temperatures is an important need for most laboratories. The problem is that there is no ‘one size fits all’ when it comes to laboratory refrigeration, the only common denominator is that any lab fridge or freezer has to be: Robust Secure Fit for purpose Capable of maintaining a stable temperature Safe [...]

2021-08-17T17:46:14+08:00August 17th, 2021|Blog|

How Precision-Controlled Environments Support Clinical Cell Culture

As cell culture has gained more importance in research, it has evolved—and the incubator has evolved along with it Carl earned his undergraduate degree in molecular and cellular biology from the University of Illinois and completed his master’s degree from Northwestern University’s Master of Biotechnology program. Prior to PHCNA, Carl was involved in various areas of biomedical research including cell [...]

2021-08-17T17:16:58+08:00August 17th, 2021|Blog|


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