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UltraWAVE The Game Changer in Microwave Digestion

29 July 2017

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UltraWAVE is changing how industrial and research laboratories around the world prep samples for analysis.

Patented UltraWAVE Single Reaction Chamber (SRC) technology goes beyond traditional closed and open vessel digestion, offering significantly greater digestion capabilities for even the most difficult sample types.

The UltraWAVE is capable of processing multiple samples under identica...

Kinesis celebrates their 2nd consecutive export growth award

29 July 2017

Lab Chat

Kinesis Limited of St Neots is celebrating after being awarded the prestigious Cambridgeshire Chamber of Commerce Global Award for Export Growth 2017. The leading international supplier of scientific laboratory equipment and instruments first picked up the same award in 2016 for achieving 35% year on year export growth. This year, Kinesis more than doubled its growth rate, having increased its ...

Nabertherm with 500 employees worldwide have been developing and producing industrial furnaces for many different applications for 70 years

29 July 2017

Lab Chat

Nabertherm with 500 employees worldwide have been developing and producing industrial furnaces for many different applications for 70 years. In 2017 Nabertherm is not only celebrating its 70th anniversary but also extends its factory building by 4,400 m² to a complete area of 25,000 m² production facilities. 150,000 satisfied customers in more than 100 countries offer proof of our commitment to...

Hach New Product Launches

29 July 2017

Lab Chat

New Product Launches

TU5 Series Turbidimeters




The EPA approved TU5 Series Turbidimeter platform employs a patented optical design that sees more of the sample than any other turbidimeter, delivering the best low level precision and sensitivity while minimizing variability between measurements. This series eliminates the uncertainty of...

What is the Best 'Brain Food'?

17 July 2017

Lab Chat

“Eat your fish, it’s brain food.” That’s what they told us as kids – but is it true? Food can have a range of effects on our body – increasing energy, helping certain organs function and, of course, causing more fat to be stored. And when it comes to boosting the brain, there are certain foods which are better than others. Read on to see what you should be eating to help your brain go the extra...

How Do Your Clothes Pollute the Ocean?

16 July 2017

Lab Chat

Plastic pollution is one of the biggest environmental problems facing the world. It’s destroying marine habitats and seriously harming a diverse range of species in the ocean. But did you know your clothes are contributing to the mess? Clothes are actually made up of tiny plastic fibres which can make their way into the ocean when washed. Read on to see how this happens and how it’s affecting o...

What Vaccinations Does Your Baby Need?

15 July 2017

Lab Chat

As a routine procedure, some countries administer vaccinations to babies in their first few weeks and months. It prevents the babies from developing infections, which could lead to serious diseases. In France, the number of routine vaccinations is about to change – making it compulsory to vaccinate children against 11 illnesses. Read on to see what vaccines are covered by the changes.

The im...

How Does US Fossil Fuel Funding Compare to Renewables?

14 July 2017

Lab Chat

Around the world, governments are aiming to back renewable energy with a view to reducing our dependency on fossil fuels. But do their actions match their claims? A new report reveals the amount of funding being put into different energy types by the US government. Read on to see how much financial support they’re providing across the sectors.

Funding energy – what’s the point?

The likes ...

What Are ‘Climate Refugees’?

13 July 2017

Lab Chat

There’s no doubt about it, the world is struggling with the ongoing refugee crisis. Warfare is forcing people to flee their homes in hope of safety. It’s made more problematic by anti-immigration politics, which remains hung up on the economic downsides of helping people survive. It’s not just warfare, however. There is also a growing number people forced out of their countries by the effects o...

How Were Ancient Water Bottles Harming Native Americans?

12 July 2017

Lab Chat

Ancient remains hold a huge amount of information. If they’re skeletal remains, they can be assessed for illnesses and disease, while tools and instruments left behind can give us an insight into how our ancestors went about their daily life. However, these instruments can also reveal where they were going wrong. Read on to see how ancient water bottles may have been causing serious health prob...

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