Articles & Whitepapers
Top 3 research articles for the optimization of your protocol to detect viruses, bacteria and fungi, using the Coriolis Air Samplers
Out of the three planetary biospheres: lithosphere (soil), hydrosphere (water), and atmosphere (air), the atmosphere has been, paradoxically, the least investigated for its microbial content. The study of the atmosphere as a microorganism-harboring ecosystem has been technically challenging for years.1 Since 2010, the Coriolis air samplers have been increasingly used in multiple sectors, from ...
Improving Water Monitoring for Pathogens and other Microorganisms Water quality and purity is essential for public and environmental health but monitoring drinking water and wastewater for ...
Thermo Fisher Scientific today launched the Thermo Scientific KingFisher Apex Purification System, a high-throughput sample purification instrument designed for scientists who need to automate the extraction of DNA, RNA, proteins and cells from an ...
Thermo Fisher Scientific and Hamilton Company Introduce Forensic Laboratory-Qualified Automated Nucleic Acid Extraction Platform
Center for food safety filed lawsuit against FDA challenging decision to approve genetically engineered soy protein found in the impossible burger
Diomics Corp. Announces Development of Intellectual Property and Patents Related to the Identification of Airborne Pathogens
Equipment & Solutions
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