Forensic Analyses News

  • Qualtrax Featured in Power Magazine

    In additional to Forensic and all kinds of other labs, Manufacturing, and the Food industry, Qualtrax is a compliance solution for the global Energy Market. Check out the recent article from Power Magazine, a Business & Technology magazine for the Global Generation Power Industry. The article was written by Mark Gollini of NAES, where he ...


    By Qualtrax Inc

  • Waters’ Centers of Innovation Program Recognizes Forensic Chemistry Laboratory at the University of Copenhagen

    At a ceremony at the University of Copenhagen, Waters Corporation (NYSE:WAT) officially welcomed the University’s Forensic Chemistry Laboratory within the Department of Forensic Medicine into the ...


    By Waters Corporation

  • Phenomenex PhenoLogixSM Applications Service Group Opens New, Dedicated Facility

    Phenomenex Inc., a global leader in the research and manufacture of advanced technologies for the separation sciences, announced today that its PhenoLogix in-house analytical services group has moved to an expanded, stand-alone facility. The 9,000-square-foot, fully functional laboratory is equipped and staffed to develop methods for customers and addresses unique user challenges in UHPLC, LC, ...


    By Phenomenex, Inc.

  • Seasoned Environmental Expert & Forensic Engineer the Newest Additions to Clark Seif Clark

    Clark Seif Clark (CSC) is pleased to announce that Jeff Bannon, PG and Mike Hennessy are now part of the company’s esteemed group of veteran industry professionals.  Together, they bring decades of combined environmental consulting, geology and engineering experience to benefit Clark Seif Clark’s list of clients.   Mr. Bannon has over 27 years of diversified environmental ...


    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

  • Discover why the XploRA Examina is a prefered choice for Forensic Science

    Discover why the XploRA Examina is a prefered choice for Forensic Science for its high quality data and speed over other analytical techniques. XP Examina is a dedicated forensic and analytical toolbox enabling easier comparative analysis, unknown chemical identification and improved value for money. ...


    By HORIBA Europe GmbH

  • TacticID Product Video

    In this video, we demonstrate our TacticID handheld spectral analysis instrument for non-contact forensic analysis and identification of explosives, narcotics and chemicals. The TacticID utilizes lab proven Raman spectroscopy for real-time data results for use by a variety of safety personnel including law enforcement, bomb squads, hazmat teams ...


    By B&W Tek

  • Agilent Technologies Hosts Forensics e-Seminar Series: `Definitive Drug Detection`

    Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) today announced the program lineup for its 2014 forensic e-seminar series titled "Definitive Drug Detection," presented by RTI International, the Center of Excellence for the U.S. National Institute of Justice. A series of five seminars will feature industry ...


    By Agilent Technologies, Inc.

  • Compounding Pharmacies Continue to Put the Public at Risk

    According to Ocala Star Banner, staff writer Fred Hiers has been investigating thousands of compounding pharmacies that are becoming significant players in the nation’s drug market. His series, “Compound Fractures”, reveals that the public is at risk from unsafe drugs made at those pharmacies. Despite the risk to the public, the state and federal response ...


    By EMSL Analytical, Inc.

  • EMSL Contributes to the Discovery of a New Fungal Species

    EMSL scientist, Dr. Zelijko Jurjevic, and colleague Stephen W. Peterson from the USDA, Peoria, IL, have contributed to the discovery of a new fungal species known as Talaromyces columbinus sp. nov., a potential human pathogen. Talaromyces columbinus has previously been reported as a causal organism in certain human lung infections under the name Penicillium ...


    By EMSL Analytical, Inc.

  • Accutest Laboratories Announces Alliance with META Environmental

    Accutest Laboratories, the fourth largest operator of environmental testing laboratories in the United States, has announced  a strategic alliance with META Environmental, based in Watertown, Massachusetts.  META is an environmental consulting firm providing, among other services, environmental forensic and specialty lab services to utility, petroleum, industrial, government, and ...


    By Accutest Laboratories

  • HORIBA launches ParticleFinder Raman software

    HORIBA Scientific, a leading innovator in the manufacture of high performance scientific and analytical equipment, is announcing the launch of their new ParticleFinder module for the LabSpec 6 Spectroscopy Suite. In combination with the full range of HORIBA Raman microscopes ParticleFinder brings a new level of automation and ease of use for particle analysts who require the unique chemical ...


    By HORIBA Europe GmbH

  • Bibby Scientific brands take centre stage in Malaysia

    Following the recent opening of Bibby Scientific's new sales office for Asia, the company's main dealer in Malaysia, Advantech, hosted a two-day seminar presenting Jenway, Stuart and Techne products. The first day of the Bibby Scientific event was attended by 19 different dealers covering the Asia region, who were briefed on a wide range of Stuart benchtop science equipment, Jenway analytical ...


    By Bibby Scientific Limited

  • Agilent Technologies expands forensic and toxicology compendium with 30 new applications

    Agilent Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: A) today introduced its 2011 Forensic and Toxicology Compendium, featuring 125 applications, including 30 new ones based on former Varian platforms. Agilent acquired Varian, Inc. in May 2010. "Labs analyzing samples for drugs of abuse, sports doping or crime-scene evidence have ...


    By Agilent Technologies, Inc.

  • No change in amount or sources of PAHs

    More than two years after Austin, TX, USA, banned refined tar sealants, there has been no discernable change in either the amount or sources of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in sediment in Austin's waterways. Austin\'s ban went into effect on 1st January 2006. Results of a study of the ban's impact were just published in a paper titled Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) in ...

  • Laboratory Conference

    Kuwait Laboratory Technology Conference is a multi-tracked conference and tradeshow for the laboratory industry, to take place on 30th November and 1st December 2010 in Kuwait. It will cover a diverse range of subjects relating to the science and technology used in medical and non-medical laboratories, as well as their management. It will provide scientists, technicians, laboratory managers and ...

  • Unmixing Analysis: A Powerful Forensics Tool for Source Identification and Allocation

    Integral scientists have developed software to apply a powerful but rarely used numerical technique to environmental investigations, in ways that provide a robust quantification of potential contributions of chemical sources at contaminated sites. Known as unmixing analysis, this mathematical technique has produced effective results by providing strong lines of evidence for estimating the ...


    By Integral Consulting Inc.

  • Starna offers lifetime guarantee on certified reference materials

    Starna Scientific offers a lifetime guarantee on all Starna® manufactured Certified Reference Materials (CRMs). The guarantee provides for a free of charge replacement should the assigned values move outside the expanded uncertainty budget within the recertification period of two years. The guarantee is also conditional on the references not having been optically, physically or thermally abused ...


    By Starna Scientific Ltd.

  • Customer uses Sitelab to test LNAPL to map plume of subsurface oil

    Are you managing petroleum sites with subsurface plumes of non-aqueous phase liquids (NAPL) at an oil refinery, fuel storage site, military base or Brownfield site? If so, use Sitelab's oil forensics field screening application for testing NAPLs for their diesel range and gasoline range content. This case study illustrates a one-day site investigation on a 30-acre tank farm site where 40 ...


    By Sitelab Corporation

  • `CSI-style forensics` will help prevent bathing water pollution

    The Environment Agency has developed a cutting edge DNA technique to prevent the pollution of bathing water. The ‘CSI Seaside’ project is believed to be the first of its kind anywhere in the world. The most common causes of bathing water pollution are agricultural manure, animal faeces or human sewage. The Environment Agency’s new technology will help pinpoint the source of faecal and sewage ...

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