What’s new in the lab equipment industry

Although it is often taken for granted, pure water/Ultrapure water is a major laboratory reagent and is used in almost every lab, no matter you are playing with high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) or mass spectrometry (MS), or dealing with proteins and DNA. From water-quality-sensitive modern analytical techniques to less critical laboratory glassware cleaning, water quality may have an impact on your work so its importance needs to be highlighted. In sum, this reagent requires strict attention in the same way as any other reagent.

RephiLe, a devoted laboratory water system provider for critical applications, cares about all related movements in the lab equipment industry for better customer service in the future.

Let’s have a look at the things happening now!

Do you know the latest trend in Chromatography

The Global Chromatography Market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of around 9.0% during the forecast period 2020 to 2027 and to reach around US$ 9.5 Billion by 2027. From forensic science to cancer research, chromatography is one of the most useful analytical techniques in a scientist’s arsenal.

To learn more: What Are the Recent Trends in Chromatography? Labmate Online (labmate-online.com)

Archer Materials began to invest in the development of biochips

In molecular biology, biochips are engineered substrates that can host large numbers of simultaneous biochemical reactions. Archer Materials Ltd now has made progress in testing and measurement for biochips.

To learn more:  Archer Materials Ltd progresses biochip development with semiconductor chip testing (proactiveinvestors.com)

Benefits and Limits of using Miniaturized Columns in Liquid Chromatography

The complex nature of the sample is always a challenge for LC-MS. Can liquid chromatography column miniaturization overcome these challenges? Check out the article to learn more.

To learn more:  Why Use Miniaturized Columns in Liquid Chromatography? Benefits and Challenges (chromatographyonline.com)

Have you ever heard of membranes that aggregate computer simulations?

Two researchers from Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon and the University of Göttingen now present a study, published in the renowned science journal Chemical Reviews about a new class of membranes that promises interesting applications in material separation.

To learn more: A new class of membranes promises interesting applications in material separation (phys.org)

Collaborate with Singapore’s Bioprocessing Technology Institute, Waters engages in exploring LC-MS data analytics methods

Waters and BTI are working on applying analytics that can rapidly identify and visualize complex molecules within glycomics and metabolomics data together. Safety, accuracy and speed of biologics manufacturing are the main points among their new collaborative projects.

To learn more: Waters expands collaboration with Bioprocessing Technology Institute, A*STAR into new areas meant to accelerate bioprocessing and bioinformatics research. (labbulletin.com)

About RephiLe:

Driven by innovation and quality, RephiLe is a dedicated provider of water purification systems and laboratory filtration products. At the same time, RephiLe produces comprehensive consumables that can be used in Millipore lab water systems with reliable performance. It is RephiLe’s commitment to becoming a partner of choice for customers in the area of life science and biotechnology. The company is striving to bring superior quality, high value and innovative purification tools to enable and accelerate the advancement of the life sciences and technologies. Products are being sold to over 100 countries worldwide.

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