Getting a Handle on "Green" Purchases for Your Lab: How to Select an Environmentally Preferable Chamber and Incubator
Selecting an energy efficient chamber or incubator for your lab is a weighty responsibility. There are currently no programs specifically targeted to assist scientists with the assessment of “green” laboratory equipment. The responsibility to identify and purchase environmentally preferable products may seem like a daunting task alone. We developed this guide to assist with your future chamber and incubator purchases. Our guide begins with a core concept and then delivers an in-depth analysis of the technologies available (read on)
Introduction: Cells grown in vitro are incredibly sensitive, and their reaction to different conditions may create unpredictable results. Growing cells artificially becomes an art as much as it is a science due not only to variation attributable to different cell lines, but also variation in the in vitro environment.
The science of cell growth is well known and documented; however truly cultivating cells to their fullest potential becomes the art of understanding what makes your particular cells thrive. Scientists rely on the available technologies to house their cells for comfortable growth, and cells, like every living organism, are only going to grow and flourish to their potential if their conditions allow them to do so (read on)
Introduction: For companies performing photostability testing in accordance with ICH guideline Q1B, Caron’s 6540 series chambers overcome the challenges of lamp selection, light control and other chamber design issues. By integrating technical requirements with practical solutions, Caron’s Photostability Chambers enhance the testing process to ensure product quality and regulatory compliance (read on)
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