Showing articles from: July 2016
For decades laboratories have relied on deliveries of nitrogen cylinders to obtain nitrogen gas for their analytical instruments. However, there are a growing number of laboratory managers who are turning their attention to cost, workflow efficiency, safety and energy consumption in the lab with regard to their gas supply.
When it comes to deciding which gas generator is best for your lab there are some considerations lab managers must make. There are two main technologies used to generate nitrogen from air: membrane and Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA).
In a recent article published in BioTechniques, titled: Democratizing Mass Spectrometry, author Jeffery Perkel indicates that; mass spectrometry is often seen as a complicated and highly technical technique that requires years of experience to master.
Ever since the launch of PokemonGo we have been finding pokemon all over Peak HQ, at our desks and even in our Global Training Lab.
When it comes to purchasing food, safety is paramount however other factors such as look, appeal, taste, touch & smell all play a vital role in our purchase decisions.