Scientific Instruments Articles

  • Techcomp Invests in Livingston, Scotland

    Techcomp Europe Ltd continues to expand their operations in Scotland with their European HQ, Manufacturing base and R&D centre. The Group has purchased three adjacent buildings providing 30,000 square feet of assembly production, laboratory, R&D and office accommodation.  Another 10,000 square feet has been leased nearby to house ...


    By Edinburgh Sensors Ltd

  • Taking matters into hand - Case Study

    Biofuels must be up to scratch as contaminated or improperly blended fuel can damage a  company’s bottom line. To ensure product quality several options exist including laboratory analysis, field test kits and portable lab instruments.  Laboratory testing would be the ideal solution if everyone had the budget and the time to wait for the results.  But in a market where time ...


    By Spectro Scientific

  • Cape Cod Times article on McLane’s Global Footprint

    The Cape Cod Times has published an article on McLane’s exports of its profilers, samplers, and flotation around the world.  Recently, the ...

  • Pycko Scientific at this years SRP conference

    Pycko Scientific will again be exhibiting at this years Society for Radiological Protection conference at Aberdeen UK on the 16th to 18th May. Pycko will have on display a range of simulated instruments from STS including the latest smart probe for Thermo RadEye and the ever popular Contamination and Safe-Series field survey simulator models. ...

  • Analox Distributor Gem Scientific Expands with Acquisition of Northern Balance

    Analox Sensor Technology is delighted that one of their UK-based distributors is growing stronger with the acquisition of a weighing specialist company. ...


    By Analox Sensor Technology

  • Case study - SEAWATCH Greece - POSEIDON

    Fugro was selected in 1995 by the Puertos del Estado (Coast and Harbour Authorities) in Spain to execute the contract for the project: "Warning and Observation Network for the Marine Environment in Spanish Coastal Waters (instrumentation and control)". Fugro OCEANOR started implementation of the first generation operational oceanographic forecasting system for Greece in 1998. The system named ...


    By Fugro OCEANOR AS

  • Intellectual Property at Spectro Scientific

    Not only was Abraham Lincoln the 16th President of the United States of America, but he was also a patent attorney and a patent holder. Lincoln holds US patent #6,469 "Buoying Vessels Over Shoals". This patent describes a method of ...


    By Spectro Scientific

  • Transparency as an instrument for improved efficiency and legitimacy of the public sector: a case of scientific research

    This paper discusses transparency as an instrument with the potential to improve efficiency and legitimacy in the public sector. In this paper, elements of transparency in administration of scientific research in Slovenia by Slovenian Research Agency are taken under consideration. Responses of researchers and directors of research organisations are analysed regarding agency internet site with the ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • TAIM WESER presents at the CERN LHC

    CERN, European Center for Nuclear Investigation, it is one of the biggest and more respected scientific investigation centres all over the world. Its business is the fundamental physics in order to discover of what is made and how functions the Universe. At CERN, complex scientific instruments are used in order to study the basic components of the matter- the fundamental particles-. When these ...


    By Taim Weser S.A.

  • Present Status and Future of Advanced Scientific Instrument using X-ray

    X-rays have attracted a lot of attention as a form of electromagnetic radiation that enable us to see objects through materials. And they are also a great contributor to clacification of physical phenomena. In the field of analysis, X-rays have drawn attention from their initial stage as a method of non-destructive simultaneous anaysis. Scientific measurement using X-rays is supported by three ...


    By HORIBA Europe GmbH

  • Teledyne Scientific Instruments - Direct Sampling MS and MS/MS for Real Time Air Monitoring

    Presented at the 44th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry, May 12-16, 1996 Portland, OR. Published in the Proceedings of the 44th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry May 12-16, 1996 Portland, OR, in press. DIRECT SAMPLING MS AND MS/MS FOR REAL TIME AIR MONITORING C. Remigi, P.T. Palmer, Dept. of Chemistry & Biochemistry, SF State University, SF, CA ...


    By Environics, Inc.

  • An ecologist's view of economic instruments and incentives

    Advice by fisheries scientists to reduce catches or effort is often not fully implemented and efforts to increase impact of advice have often failed. Fisheries scientists rarely discuss the potential contribution of economic instruments to improving the impact of science advice. This paper rejects several possible justifications for the absence of discussion on economic instruments in fisheries ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Building market orientation in biotechnology SMEs: balancing scientific advances

    This paper reports on a research project that looks at the market and science interplay in small and medium sized (SME) biotechnology firms. The construct of behavioural market orientation is our main tool for analysing science push and market pull in the biotechnology SME context. We report the findings of an action research project, in which a strategy for the pharmaceutical cluster ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • World globalisation, sustainable development and scientific cooperation

    Development-related questions have been raised periodically for over forty years. Development cooperation, in its turn, is also controversial, especially since its role is to make good intentions real, i.e. transform them into projects, programmes and other policy instruments generating investments that are much more pertinent than mere declarations of intent. Starting from an overview of the ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • New knowledge: production v. diffusion; the case of UK biotechnology

    This paper looks at issues of appropriability and diffusion in UK biotechnology. It contrasts the various solutions to appropriability problems facing the production of R&D with the more intractable problems of diffusion, in particular across the university-industry divide. It focuses on issues of ownership of new knowledge between university and industry and argues that these, in practice, are ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

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