Laboratory Autoclave Procedure Warning: Do You Account for “Thermal Inertia”?
Many labs don’t heat large liquid loads long enough to assure sterilization. The standard autoclave procedure is “hold a load at 121ºC for 20 minutes to assure sterilization.” This is […]Read More
Sterilizing Vivariums Can Be Easier Than You Think
The miniature biome of a vivarium is a great way to isolate variables in animal research. But life is messy and vivariums can be a pain to get clean and […]Read More
Sheep, iPads, and Emma Watson: Promising Veterinary Research Takes on Neurodegenerative Disorders
Their association with nursery rhymes and farm yards relegates them to a quaint corner of reality for most people, but veterinary scientists know better: Sheep are helping us find ways […]Read More
Medical Prosthetic Research Doesn’t Have to Cost an Arm and a Leg
It may be the 21st century, but people are still falling apart. We rely on medical science to keep us up and running, whether we need an artificial limb, a […]Read More
How Medical Equipment Specialists Can Make Research Labs Happy
Everyone’s busy these days. Lab and facility managers are increasingly turning to medical equipment specialists and suppliers for advice on big ticket items. Your clients want a good value in […]Read More
Does Your Autoclave Need a Check-up — Or a Trade-in?
We have a tendency to assume that, as long as our autoclave is producing sterile loads, it’s running fine. But that doesn’t really stand to reason: All devices begin to […]Read More