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DURAN Group celebrates 120 years of laboratory glassware made from borosilicate glass

The material that became an international success

29-01-2013

The market introduction of laboratory glassware made from borosilicate glass in 1893 revolutionised science: since then it has become an essential material used in laboratories across the globe. Registered as a brand in 1938, DURAN® laboratory glassware still sets quality standards today

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DKSH Performance Materials identifies key suppliers

26-10-2011

In 2007 an Italian customer of DKSH that produces high-tech chemistry for applications in the electronics field told us about their problems in expanding their business. While they were very successful in their home market, they had difficulties selling the same products to customers abroad

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Characterizing Biotherapeutics with HPLC

Smart Solutions for large Molecules

24-11-2010

As demonstrated here, there are a broad range of HPLC applications used in development, production, validation and release of protein therapeutics for human use. Some of the applications mentioned above are mandatory when submitting a new biopharmaceutical to approval at the regulatory agencies. ...

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Increased productivity for downstream processing of biotherapeutics

16-11-2010

Polymer-based chromatographic resins featuring high mechanical and chemical stability and high protein binding capacities can help to increase the throughput and robustness of biopharmaceutical manufacturing processes. Advances in genetic engineering and cell culture technology have raised ...

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"Green Chemstry" in the Laboratory

Using mills as efficient and ecologically friendly synthesis reactors

25-06-2008

The term "green chemistry" is commonly used to describe chemical procedures which meet specific requirements with regards to the conservation of resources and protection of the environment. The objective is to avoid undesired by-products by selecting adequate reaction procedures and media. A ...

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Outsourcing to India and China: Cultural diffculties with the perception of costs

Frost & Sullivan interview with Mr. Steve Fishwick, AstraZeneca

28-06-2006

Aparna Singh (AS), Program Manager for the Chemicals Materials and Foods team at Frost & Sullivan India, recently caught up with Mr. Steve Fishwick (SF), Projects Group Director, AstraZeneca at the Frost & Sullivan's Global Life Sciences Summit 2006 at Goa, India. He was one of the key speakers ...

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Accurate Mass and TIPTM: Two Dimensions for Elemental Composition Determination: microTOFTM Featuring Unique TIPTM

10-03-2005

The ESI-TOF mass spectrometers micrOTOF and micrOTOF focus do not only provide accurate mass measurements but additionally describe the True Isotopic Pattern TIPTM. For molecular formula generation this unique combination significantly reduces the number of possible formula candidates and the ...

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Reaching the Next Level of Microwave-assisted Organic Synthesis

27-01-2005

Microwave-assisted organic synthesis (MAOS) has become an increasingly popular discipline in modern chemical method development. At first, reaction optimization and method development on a small scale were the main areas of interest in MAOS. However, the growing acceptance and success of this ...

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From Sephadex to GE Healthcare

29-09-2004

The success of chromatography as a technique for separating biomolecules is inevitably linked to the introduction of the gel filtration medium Sephadex(TM) by Pharmacia AB in 1959

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