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A new General Chapter addresses balances for analytical purposes
Weighing is one of the key activities carried out in every quality control (QC) laboratory. Usually it is one of the first steps in a whole analysis chain, e.g. when a sample or a standard is prepared for subsequent dilution and HPLC or qNMR analysis.
Requirements for smart laboratory instruments and interconnected systems in the modular lab of the future
Laboratories tend to be central hubs for chemical, biotechnological, pharmaceutical or foodstuff production. They play a key role in research and development, chemical analysis, quality assurance, maintenance and process control.
The digital transformation challenges for the laboratory 4.0
It is a fact that much of the time spent on analytical laboratory instrumentation these days goes into system maintenance. Digital transformation could give us more time again for creativity and our actual laboratory work – if we shape it the right way.
Carl Remigius Fresenius (1818–1897), a pioneer of analytical chemistry
On December 28, 2018, Carl Remigius Fresenius would have celebrated his 200th birthday (Fig. 1.) Not only was he a scientist but also an innovative entrepreneur as well as the teacher of about 5,000 students during the more than fifty years of his pioneering, enduring professional work. It is ...
Multi-elemental analysis of diatoms using single-cell-ICP-TOF-MS
In today’s laboratories, elemental analysis methods are used for more than just determining total metal content in various sample matrices. They have become an important tool for life science research in environmental science, medicine and biology.
Studying proteins in the presence of high concentrations of macromolecules (“molecular crowding”) with the aid of confocal fluorescence microscopy
The high-intensity interaction of proteins with other macromolecules can cause signifi cant changes to protein properties such as translational mobility, for example, or their conformational states. Accordingly, the study of proteins in macromolecular environments that typically very closely ...
Adhesives modeled on insect secretions
Geoscientists, biologists and chemists at the University of Tübingen are working in collaboration with IFAM (Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials in Bremen, Germany) to uncover the workings of insect surface adhesion. The goal of this project is the synthesis ...
New approaches for high quality information
In analytical sciences one of the major goals is to develop and validate methods for the identification and quantification of molecules in complex samples to support investigations in the pharmaceutical sciences, environmental sciences, food sciences, biology and medicine.
Reduce energy costs efficiently in the pharmaceutical industry
The increase in energy efficiency is developing across all sectors into one of the industry‘s most important competition factors. Most recently, this development has been further strengthened by increasing energy prices, environmental impacts and political demands.
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