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What happens to whisky in the bottle?

What happens to whisky in the bottle?

With the second ever International Scotch Day being held on the 8th of February, we thought we'd take a look at a little bit of science in relation to whisky - the old bottle effect (OBE).

What sets Peak apart from the Competition?

What sets Peak apart from the Competition?

When buying a gas generator you are making an investment in the workflow of your laboratory, so choosing your generator is an important decision.

Chromatography explains why luminous fungi glow in the dark

Chromatography explains why luminous fungi glow in the dark

When you think of organisms that glow in the dark you might think of jellyfish or fireflies, but some mushrooms glow after dark too, and now we know how.

After-Sales Service Meeting in Nanjing, China

After-Sales Service Meeting in Nanjing, China

In November, Peak Scientific held a meeting about after-sales service in Nanjing, China. This meeting attracted many laboratory scientists from universities, government agencies, and other companies in Nanjing.

How To Pick A Good Generator

How To Pick A Good Generator

Cylinders and Dewar tanks are extremely inconvenient and costly to replace, but they also come with some safety risks. Now, more and more laboratories are beginning to use gas generators to replace those cylinders or their liquid nitrogen, because generators are both safe and convenient. 

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