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Caesar & Loretz is modernising production and warehousing facilities as well as its HQ in Hilden, Germany
Biofilms have been around for a long time, but getting rid of them is not easy
Graphene, a hexagonal lattice of carbon atoms just one atom thick, has many unusual properties. Research into these requires ultrapure water. Greg Pilbrow, Sales Director, Veolia Water Technologies UK, describes the ultrapure water system installed in a cleanroom for graphene research
Adds miniPOD CTC and CTO to portfolio
For leading Italian producer of electronics
With more new potent drug ingredients being formulated as nanomaterials, Powder Systems Ltd (PSL) looks at recent technological developments that further reduce product exposures when operating high containment isolators and gloveboxes
Automates sample handling for bacterial enumeration
Research using biological agents has increased dramatically and more companies need to set up Institutional Biosafety Committees to ensure compliance in safe handling of such agents. Elizabeth Gilman Duane, Environmental Health & Engineering, outlines the key considerations when putting together an
MIT 1000 system allows for speedy detection of pathogen species from liquid cultures
With ISO 14644 in a state of flux, cleanroom users need to stay informed and contribute to the development of all parts of the standard. Jane Ellis attended the BSIís recent Cleanrooms Consultation seminar to hear views about the latest changes and their impact
Aims to cut the risk of cross infection from tablet devices and mobile phones
Components used in space missions have to be extremely clean. Fraunhofer IPA has special expertise in designing systems that clean sensitive components and can supply information about the quality of the cleaning. To do this, the Stuttgart-based institute employs a range of advanced devices along wi