8 ; It’s a Nano World
From nanoscopy to nanomachines, today’s research is fueled by elements
thousands of times smaller than human hair.
18 ; Experts Explain: Temperature Control—
Why Power is Not the Same as Efficiency
Many research tasks in the laboratory require exact temperature control. However,
choosing the right circulator is not always straightforward.
20 ; Cloud Computing May be Key to Data
With biological experimentation suffering from low reproducibility rates, cloud
computing, the Internet of Things and sensors may be the long-term solution.
22 ; The New Rules for Life Science Talent
An increasingly younger workforce equates to unique office environments never
seen, or thought about, before.
CT1 ; DOE, HPLC Validate Corn Ethanol
The simplicity of design of experiments, combined with advanced HPLC technology,
led the way to a new, successful sample preparation method.
24 ; A Tool-centric View of the Lab
The precise nature of today’s laboratory equipment requires architects to be
especially creative in their design plans.
26 ; Designing Microfabrication Lab Equipment
for Today and Tomorrow
Optimizing today’s R&D labs can require vendor collaboration and planning to
provide required future versatility.
12 ; Product News
2 ; On the Web
6 ; Editorial
7 ; Hot Products
28 ; Last Word
29 ; Index