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From Awards to Allergens

Products and launches

  • Inlabtech has released a new sample preparation system, the TA12 Serial Diluter. Read More
  • Leco claim that their two new instruments, the 828 and the 928 series, will “transform” carbon and nitrogen analysis to the benefit of the food and agricultural sectors. Read More
  • Astrotech has announced that the TRACER 1000, a new explosives detector, has been accepted into the Transport Security Administration’s Screening Program. The detector is described as having a “virtually unlimited library.” Read More
  • SCIEX’s new food allergen screening method, using the QTRAP 4500 LC-MS/MS, has received official classification from AOAC International. It can detect allergenic peptides from five major classes of allergenic foods at a detection limit of 10 ppm. Read More

Collaborations and acquisitions

  • Cofactor Genomics is teaming up with the National Cancer Institute to demonstrate the utility of an immune-profiling assay – the Cofactor Paragon – in clinical settings. Read More
  • RedShift Bio has completed Phase II clinical trials of the Microfluidic Modulation Spectroscopy (MMS) platform, carried out in collaboration with several academic and industry institutions, including Waters and Technology Venture Partners. Read More
  • Science Exchange and PhenoSwitch Bioscience are collaborating to offer online access to the latter’s LC-MS/MS services. “We are excited to collaborate with PhenoSwitch Bioscience to make its mass spectrometry services readily available to scientists worldwide,” said Science Exchange CEO, Elizabeth Iorns. Read More

Company and people updates

  • Mérieux NutriSciences’ new food chemistry laboratory is now fully functional, providing techniques such as GC, HPLC, ICP-MS, ICP-OES and atomic absorption spectrometry. Read More
  • Agilent has received two Scientists' Choice Awards: one for the 1260 Infinity Prime LC System, and one for the Ultivo Triple Quadrupole LC/MS. Read More
  • Amy E Herr has been announced as one of the recipients of SCIEX’s Microscale Separations, Innovations Medal and Award for “current and breakthrough research in the field of electro-driven separations.” Read More
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