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  1. In need of an intelligent sample cryostorage solution?

    Sample integrity and management is the key to every biobank’s success. Cryopreservation of organic specimens at extremely low temperatures preserves valuable biological material and maintains sample integrity, while ensuring reproducible results during later analysis.
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  2. What Cold Storage is Best for Your Biological Samples?

    Biological research is driven by the repetitive collection of samples, which in turn are preserved for later examination. The preservation of biological samples is essentially the forced delay of degradation of the sample so that it may be used later for various analyses. The short or long term means of sample preservation is, therefore, a crucial aspect of biological research.
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  3. Winter is coming... to your lab bench!

    Tired of struggling with messy ice buckets or constantly having to return to fridges and freezers to keep your samples cool?  Isofreeze® tube racks from Lasec® and Scientific Specialties Inc. (SSI) are the solution you’ve been searching for.
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  4. Introducing the Greiner Preanalytics expertise!

    Greiner Bio-One International GmbH has a global presence spanning all five continents with production sites in various countries such as Germany, Austria and Thailand, with distribution partners all over the world, specialising in the development, production and distribution of high-quality plastic laboratory products. Greiner Bio-One is split into three divisions – Preanalytics, BioScience and Sterilisation. 
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  5. The hidden costs of purified water

    Purifying water for laboratory applications uses two vital and limited resources, water and electricity. Certain water purification techniques can be costly for the environment and for your pocket. If you use purified water for laboratory applications, it is important to be aware of the different water treatment methods so that you can choose a system which benefits both the environment and your budget.
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  6. Life science professionals trust Greiner Bio-One – here’s why

    Headquartered in Austria, the Greiner Bio-One group has a global presence spanning all five continents with production sites in Austria, Germany and Hungary to name a few. Greiner Bio-One is split into three divisions – Preanalytics, BioScience and Sterilisation. Working in close collaboration with their strategic partners, their product offering is geared towards use in hospitals, laboratories, universities, research institutes, and the diagnostic, pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, with their Preanalytics business division focussing on products for the collection and processing of sample material, such as blood, urine and saliva for analytical purposes.
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  7. 8 Reasons why Labcon Filter tips will work for you!

    The fact that Labcon® was the first company to produce hinged pipette tip racks in 1985, speaks to their wealth of experience in the manufacture and supply of plastic laboratory products.  Specifically, they are one of the leading tip manufacturers worldwide when it comes to pipette tips and aerosol filter tips.
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  8. Is your wastewater harming the environment?

    With wastewater being one of the leading and most impactful causes of water pollution, it is essential that it is properly treated before being pumped back into our water sources.
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  9. Your lab deserves Borosilicate glass 3.3 glassware

    Not all glass is created equal, and borosilicate glass is a step above the rest when it comes to laboratory glassware.  Borosilicate refers to a group of hard glass compounds which has silica and boron trioxide as its main glass-forming components. Generally, three types of laboratory glassware are used but for several reasons’ borosilicate glass is preferred for laboratory applications.
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