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On the way to the cyber-physical lab

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.

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Thinking in Models

How do innovations come about?

Whether at home or in the office, our modern lives would be unthinkable without IT and electrical engineering. For industrial manufacturing, the rapid advances made in information and data processing technologies are the drivers of innovation, enabling intelligently controlled, automated ...

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Keeping the Workflow in Focus

Practical implementation of a gravimetric approach to sample preparation

There has been much discussion surrounding the benefits of gravimetric sample preparation during the last 12 months . It has been recognised by industry organisations such as the United States Pharmacopeia (USP) who proposed an update to sub-chapter “Weighing on an Analytical Balance” in ...

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