One day, the tiny robot you see here could help clean up contaminated water. In places where potable sources are scarce, they can destroy disease-causing bacteria in its path and unlike conventional disinfectants, the microbots can be removed easily with a magnet. more
The products we use every day leave behind chemical footprints. Learn how and why researchers are now studying those trails. Mass spectrometry is helping researchers learn more about our interactions with the everyday chemicals we use, such as DEET, caffeine, even medications. In this episo ... more
The ATLAS™ Micro-XRF spectrometer (µXRF) from IXRF Systems introduces a new world of x-ray mapping and automation. The ATLAS boasts the largest chamber volume and SDD detection area (150mm²) well as the smallest spot size (5µ) available on the market. Additionally, the ATLAS is complimented ... more
For the Measurement of Pulsating Volumetric Flows within the Range of 0.03 ml/Stroke to 10 ml/Stroke
The flow meter DulcoFlow® reliably measures pulsating flows in the range above 0.03 ml/stroke based on the ultrasound measuring principle. The flow meter achieves maximum chemical resistance ... more
The entire Sigma motor-driven metering pump product range has been fundamentally revised and equipped with intelligent features to provide a high level of operating convenience, safety and efficiency.
All Sigma pumps now come as standard with a multi-layer safety diaphragm, a removable oper ... more
Enjoy an innovation that is sure to greatly exceed your expectations. With gamma/ X, ProMinent is presenting the world’s most modern metering pump – and sending out a clear signal as the innovation and technological leader in the field of metering technology.
Cutting-edge control technology ... more
Single Pumping Stations or Network Solutions?
For vacuum supply in the laboratory, both individual pumps and pumping units as well as vacuum network solutions are feasible options. In an in-house network, all work stations in a building are supplied by a large, centralised vacuum pump. Howe ... more
We have a lot of confidence that we measure temperature accurately. But how do thermometers in the kitchen or doctor’s office work? Thanks to the laws of thermodynamics, thermometers respond to heat moving from hot to cold as a means of measuring temperature. Clever physical chemists and en ... more
Supermarket tomatoes account for nearly 10% of produce sales in the U.S., but they taste terrible. What can be done to make them great again? A huge thanks to the tomato researchers Harry Klee and Jim Giovannoni who helped us with this episode’s science. more