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марта 14, 2018

Latest technology for cell-based assays now also available for our entry-level product line

Cell-based assays have become an important application in the life science sector, from basic to top-level research. They are widely used in biotech companies and academic research institutions to monitor cell health in real-time. As experiments with living cells require constant physiological conditions, a precise gas control is essential. Our latest Atmospheric Control Unit (ACU) is now also available for the Omega series, BMG LABTECH’s budget-friendly product line.

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февраля 07, 2018

BMG LABTECH to exhibit at international trade fair Analytica 2018 in Munich

BMG LABTECH will be exhibiting their products at Analytica 2018, the international trade fair for laboratory technology, analysis and biotechnology in Munich, from April 10-13. The company’s experts at booth #318 in Hall A3 provide visitors deeper insight in technical innovations and the latest applications in microplate reading instrumentation.

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января 29, 2018

On track of new gut bacteria that can influence our health

The Microbial Biology and Metagenomics group at the University of Queensland’s Diamantina Institute uses the BMG LABTECH FLUOstar Omega microplate reader to develop new methods to study the human gut microbiome. The researchers’ aim is to assess how the products that these microbes produce or consume influence digestive health.

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января 16, 2018

BMG LABTECH Australia celebrates 20 years of customer service excellence in the APAC region

This year, BMG LABTECH’s Australian office celebrates 20 years of innovation and steady growth. The office was established in January 1998 to support Australia and the APAC region, offering excellent sales and customer service for BMG LABTECH’s wide range of dedicated and multi-mode microplate readers. James Balmer, Managing Director at BMG LABTECH Australia looks back to a history of growth and gives a forecast to the coming years.

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декабря 06, 2017

A shining light in the deep

Professor Peter Karuso, from the Department of Molecular Sciences at Macquarie University, recently set sail on the CSIRO's purpose-built research vessel, the RV Investigator, on a 31 day voyage that covered over 2,600 nautical miles off the Western Australian coast. Peter sampled sponges from 20-120 m depths and assess the correlation between fluorescence in these sponges with the presence of symbiotic cyanobacteria or unicellular algae. On board was the CLARIOstar making fluorescence and absorbance measurements on high sea possible.

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