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The Culture of Safety Starts With Good Training

We applaud the American Biological Safety Association (ABSA) and the White House for taking initiative to close gaps in biosafety and biosecurity at infectious disease laboratories. A memorandum released October […]

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Solar Autoclaves Harness the Power of the Sun

The locations may be remote, with challenging terrain and weather and no electricity, but the available tech is anything other than backwards. Researchers, students, and instructors at the Massachusetts Institute […]

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Autoclaves Increase Biogas Production Threefold

Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) — or biogas — is the quiet darling of alternative energy. It’s not a pretty process, fermenting organic waste materials like plant matter and manure to […]

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Advanced Autoclave Food Processing Gains Foothold with U.S. Consumers

Retort packaging — the sterile, autoclaved, highly shelf-stable sealed food pouches familiar as the modern military rations (or “MRE,” for “meal read-to-eat”) — is gaining traction in the consumer food […]

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Cook Your Turkey WITH SCIENCE!

Since we first mentioned it last year, turkey autoclaving has picked up steam — although we have to admit we’re far from the first to suggest the convenience of autoclaving […]

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If You Ran Your Kitchen Like a Typical Lab

  The November air has a crisp bite to it and smells like snow. Inside, the house is cozy and warm as Ed and Edna get ready for family to […]

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Legionella Research Can Afford No Shortcuts

Legionella has an old-fashioned ring to it, but this bacterium is causing pneumonia outbreaks (Legionnaires’ Disease and Pontiac Fever) in modern, urban areas like Brooklyn and Chicago. Spread by infected water vapor […]

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Learning to Trust Your Autoclave

Dugway has been under scrutiny recently for issues regarding the handling of deadly airborne pathogens. Bernie Youngblood, founder and president of Priorclave North America, is concerned these lapses aren’t getting […]

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Education Is Our Best Defense

Nobody likes sloppy science. At best, results are untrustworthy; at worst, they can be deadly. It was revealed earlier this year that a US Army lab was improperly irradiating anthrax […]

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Desalination Brings Relief to California

Water scarcity affects over 700 million people around the world, according to David Talbot in the MIT Technology Review. By 2024, that number could grow to 1.8 billion—a 61% increase. Meanwhile, […]

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Research-Grade Autoclaves Are the Future of Sustainability in Labs

Priorclave North America is proud to be an exhibitor at this year’s California Higher Education Sustainability Conference (CHESC). Our research-grade autoclaves are part of a sustainable future for higher ed labs, […]

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Food Processors, Quality Assurance, Sterilizers, and Consumers

Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream voluntarily recalled products and closed retail scoop shops in April 2015 after listeria was found in a random sample. The FDA promptly conducted a ten-day inspection, concluding […]

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