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How to Optimize TIRF Scans

July 16, 2004 10:21 am | Articles | Comments

TIRF (total internal reflectance fluorescence) is a promising method for visualizing thin layers of samples in fluorescence microscopy.

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How to Revalidate Laboratory Water Equipment

July 16, 2004 10:21 am | Articles | Comments

Water purification systems are essential components in any laboratory. In order to ensure the integrity of these systems, regularly scheduled validation studies are performed.

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How to Deploy an Effective Data Analysis Platform

July 16, 2004 10:21 am | Articles | Comments

Advances in technologies em-ployed by R&D organizations have led to increasing amounts of data (e.g., high throughput screening experiments) and a focus on leveraging past research studies.

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How to Select an Isolator for Variable-Condition Studies

July 16, 2004 10:21 am | Articles | Comments

Multi-chamber Mini-environments often use multiplexed nitrogen purging to maintain multiple sub-ambient humidity levels.

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How to Maximize Results for Six Sigma

July 16, 2004 10:21 am | Articles | Comments

click the image to enlarge Fig. 1: When the user identifies and clicks on outlier 13 in the deposition metric graph, Thickness, Run #, and related data are automatically highlighted.

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How to Improve the Accuracy of a DAQ System

July 16, 2004 10:21 am | Articles | Comments

Multi-function devices and modular instruments are used in a variety of data acquisition (DAQ) systems. In laboratories, in validation, and on manufacturing plant floors, these devices act as general-purpose measurement tools that are well suited for measuring signals.

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How to Choose an Orbital Welding System

July 16, 2004 10:21 am | Articles | Comments

Orbital welding is a viable and economical method for connecting stainless steel tubing, especially in applications in which maximum leak integrity, high performance, vibration resistance, or ultra cleanliness is paramount.

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Building a Sustainable Future for Photomasks

June 16, 2004 1:46 pm | Articles | Comments

Embattled by the IC downturn and an extremely competitive market space, the photomask industry gravitates towards smaller feature sizes, increased alliances, and some old-fashioned business remodeling for a much-needed reprieve.

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Emerging Prostheses Attempt Vision Restoration

June 16, 2004 1:46 pm | Articles | Comments

Low-resolution retinal implants aimed at helping the blind gain mobility are getting ready to appear on the market.

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LIMS Ready to Break Out

June 16, 2004 1:46 pm | Articles | Comments

Globalization may be the key that shifts the implementation of commercial laboratory information management systems into high gear with their less expensive, easier-to-use capabilities.

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RENOVATED: Well-Conceived Strategies Rejuvenate Research Environment

May 18, 2004 7:52 am | Articles | Comments

Renovations at the Dreyfus Chemistry Laboratories building at MITtransform the dark, small, outdated, and disconnected labs into light-filled, large, state-of-the-art research areas.

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SPECIAL MENTION:Reinventing the Forensic Lab

May 18, 2004 7:52 am | Articles | Comments

San Mateo County Sheriff's Forensic Laboratory and Coroner's Office replaces the traditional introverted forensic lab conventions with open, inviting, friendly features.

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Lessons From Lab of the Year

May 18, 2004 7:52 am | Articles | Comments

Our annual awards competition provides some interesting tips on what makes a great laboratory and what limits them from being all they can be.

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Is the LED the Light Source of the Future?

May 18, 2004 7:52 am | Articles | Comments

LEDs may be the first real technological revolution in lighting in one hundred years, but can they provide enough optical power to be truly practical? The OSRAM 6-lead MULTILED (left) is a single package with individually addressable red, green, and blue LEDs.

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HIGH HONORS: Cutting-Edge Design Streamlines Government Facility

May 18, 2004 7:52 am | Articles | Comments

The FDA wanted the kind of environment that would foster idea sharing, bringing together administrative functions, field operations, and laboratory research into a visually stimulating settingall on a government budget.

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