Industrial Nanotech, Inc. today announced that the Company has received an order for 12,000 gallons of its patented Nansulate nanotechology-based coatings from Golden Horse Real Estate Co., Ltd in China.
Virus particle detection and counting using Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis is providing essential information for researchers at the University of Strathclyde?s Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences.
eBioscience Corporation, a leading global provider of innovative, high-quality cell analysis reagents, announced today the expansion of its eFluor brand with the commercial launch of the eFluor Organic Dye product line.
MEMSCAP, a leading provider of innovative solutions based on MEMS (micro-electro-mechanical systems) technology, announced today it has stepped into the Nanoworld by offerring a breakthrough Nano-plaftorm with its MUMPs manufacturing and prototyping services.
Leica Microsystems and MDS Analytical Technologies announced the launch of Leica MM AF imaging systems, a product line that combines Leica's industry-leading microscopy and MDS Analytical Technologies? latest MetaMorph software, to provide researchers with a more comprehensive range of solutions for wide-field imaging in life sciences research.
The milestone is the first in the proposed 51-month, three-phase program to develop a new generation of carbon-based radio-frequency (RF) integrated circuits for ultra-high-speed, ultra-low-power applications.
Applied Biosystems, part of Life Technologies Corporation, a provider of innovative life science research and discovery solutions, today announced that its technology for next-generation genomic analysis, the SOLiD System, has been named the Life Science Innovation of the Year for 2008 by The Scientist, a leading scientific publication focused on the life science industry.
Foster Corporation, the leading developer and manufacturer of critical polymer compounds, has opened a new facility at its Putnam, Connecticut, headquarters dedicated to producing specialty tubing for the medical device industry.
ICx Technologies today announced a new joint research project with Purdue University's R. Graham Cooks, distinguished professor of chemistry, working through the university's Discovery Park Center for Analytical Instrumentation Development.