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Researchers Successfully Maintain Enzymatic High-Energy States for Chemical Catalysis

Researchers Successfully Maintain Enzymatic High-Energy States for Chemical Catalysis

Researchers at the Umeå University have successfully captured and described an 'invisible' protein structure that has not been possible until now. [More]
Advion’s Expression Compact Mass Spectrometer Integrated Within Many Top University Chemistry Programs

Advion’s Expression Compact Mass Spectrometer Integrated Within Many Top University Chemistry Programs

Advion, Inc., a leading systems and consumables developer for the life sciences industry, announces that at the close of its 2015 fiscal year and after only 33 months on the market, the expression compact mass spectrometer (CMS) is integrated within many of the Top 10 organic and biochemistry programs (as ranked by US News and World Reports) of the United States at Berkeley, Harvard, MIT, Scripps, Princeton, Michigan and Yale as well as the Top 2 programs in the UK at Cambridge and Oxford (as ranked in The 2015 Complete University Guide). [More]
Simple Method to Efficiently Recycle Rare Earth Metals

Simple Method to Efficiently Recycle Rare Earth Metals

Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have developed a simple, efficient method for recycling of rare earth magnets. These materials are widely used in consumer electronics, however, as their name signifies, they are quite rare. The process of mining and purifying rare earth metals affects the ecology, and is very costly and labor-intensive. [More]
UCLA Researchers Develop Three-Metal Compound Nanostructure for Eco-Friendly Fuel Cells

UCLA Researchers Develop Three-Metal Compound Nanostructure for Eco-Friendly Fuel Cells

Researchers at the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science have led a team that has used a three-metal compound to create nanostructures, which can produce fuel cells with improved durability and efficiency at a lower cost. [More]
Over 1000 Establishments Worldwide Now Use Asynt’s DrySyn Heating Blocks

Over 1000 Establishments Worldwide Now Use Asynt’s DrySyn Heating Blocks

Asynt has announced that its DrySyn Heating block range is now used by over 1000 establishments worldwide including many leading universities and highly respected companies. [More]
Miniature OEM Pumps for Micro-Volume Fluid Control from Fluid Metering Inc.

Miniature OEM Pumps for Micro-Volume Fluid Control from Fluid Metering Inc.

Miniature, Stepper driven Valveless OEM Pumps from Fluid Metering, Inc. (FMI) are ideal for low and micro-volume fluid control in Medical Diagnostic and Clinical Chemistry Instrumentation. [More]
Novel Electronic Devices Self-Destruct When Triggered By Heat

Novel Electronic Devices Self-Destruct When Triggered By Heat

Researchers at the University of Illinois (U. of I) have developed electronic devices that self-destruct when heated. This study was led by Scott R. White, an aerospace engineering professor at the U. of I. [More]

Spectro Scientific and Wärtsilä Services Announce Partnership to Address the Needs of Marine Vessel Maintainers

Spectro Scientific announces the formation of a joint marketing agreement with Wärtsilä Services Switzerland. Spectro Scientific is developing a specialized version of its FluidScan® oil chemistry analyz... [More]
Syrris Introduces Chemically Resistant, Ultra-Low Temperature Microreactor Chips for Solution Phase Flow Reactions

Syrris Introduces Chemically Resistant, Ultra-Low Temperature Microreactor Chips for Solution Phase Flow Reactions

Syrris, a world leader in flow chemistry product innovation, has extended its range of Asia microreactors with the launch of ultra-low temperature 3-input microreactor chips offering fast, reproducible mixing, rapid heat transfer and minimized back pressure. Designed to complement the Asia Cryo Controller module, these chemically resistant, transparent and robust microreactor chips are ideal for solution phase flow reactions at temperatures ranging from -100 to +250 °C and pressures up to 20 bar. [More]
Liquid Metal Voltage-Controlled Antenna Developed at North Carolina State University

Liquid Metal Voltage-Controlled Antenna Developed at North Carolina State University

Researchers at the North Carolina State University (NCSU) have created a reconfigurable liquid metal antenna that can be controlled only by voltage. This tunable liquid metal antenna could play a major role in development of future mobile devices and the Internet of Things. [More]