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  • ChemBioOffice 2010: the ultimate software suite for the life sciences

    ChemBioOffice 2010 is the latest release of CambridgeSoft Corporation's (Cambridge, MA) full suite of integrated scientific desktop applications to be added to Adept Scientific’s (Letchworth, Herts) range. Designed to aid individual chemists and biologists at their desktops, ChemBioOffice also provides a shared solution benefiting scientists across an institution.

    (Filed: Wed Aug 05 2009)
  • Double-bagged sterile swabs from Cherwell Laboratories


    Eliminating the contamination risk from the transfer of environmental swab tubes into isolators, Cherwell Laboratories’ ready-to-use swabs for isolators are available double-bagged and gamma irradiated.

    (Filed: Wed Jul 29 2009)
  • Dino-not-so-soaring


    The largest animals ever to have walked the face of the earth may not have been as big as previously thought, reveals a paper published today in the Zoological Society of London’s Journal of Zoology.

    (Filed: Mon Jun 22 2009)
  • Katchet online now


    Katchet is the must have piece of cricket equipment.Ideal for clubs and schools but also great for using in the garden the Katchet is a small, lightweight, portable catching trainer.

    (Filed: Tue Jun 09 2009)
  • Shaw Inspection Systems Releases Pumpkin X-ray Images Ahead of Halloween


    Shaw Inspection Systems, the Great Yarmouth, UK-based manufacturer of industrial x-ray inspection machines has released a range of 2-D and 3-D x-ray images of a pumpkin ahead of Halloween to demonstrate the capabilities of its contract x-ray Computed Tomography (CT) service.

    (Filed: Mon Oct 27 2008)
  • Student loan changes will affect buyers


    Changes to the laws surrounding student loans and credit reference agencies could prevent more first-time buyers (FTBs) getting a mortgage and may affect anyone seeking a fast property sale.

    (Filed: Fri Feb 01 2008)
  • New version of GenStat now available


    GenStat 10th Edition extends statistical functionality, graphics capability and compatibility with latest Microsoft software

    (Filed: Thu Jul 26 2007)
  • Free Software Helps Detect Soil Contamination


    Researchers have developed a low-cost method for continuously measuring carbon dioxide. This makes it much easier to reliably determine soil fertility or contamination. The measurement software they have chosen for their system is Windmill, which they downloaded for free from http://www.windmill.co.uk/

    (Filed: Mon Sep 18 2006)
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