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Contents


Chromatography 35


Spectroscopy 40


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Chromatography industry update Report on the latest developments in chromatography solutions


The Raman revolution Raman spectroscopy methods for health applications


Next-gen X-ray crystallography Introducing a benchtop X-ray crystallography system with hybrid photon counting detector


New benchtop NMR system launched The buzz around trace-level detection


Biotechnology 51


Tableting 57


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A new dimension Biology is not fl at, making 3D cell culture a commodity


Multiple choice Is multi-tip tooling a key driver to increasing tablet production?


Fixing a sticky situation How investing in a new tablet press helped solve production issues for a cosmetics company


Versatile continuous manufacturing tool Dr Robin Meier reveals why twin-screw granulation is an effi cient staring point to enter the world of continuous manufacturing


A clean concept for tablet press Detailing how to prevent contamination by means of clean design


Microscopy & Imaging 68


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Force for good Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) systems are used to understand soft matter and biological systems at the molecular scale


New tool for enhanced cryo-correlative microscopy


Food Science 70


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New technology could off er cheaper, faster food testing Specialised droplets interact with bacteria and can be analysed using a smartphone


Major investment in food science and security New GC columns for food analysis


Event Preview 74


Looking ahead to lab equipment showcase in Malaysia Southeast Asia’s leading scientifi c exhibition, Lab Asia, takes place from 10-12 October 2017 in Kuala Lumpur

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