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Congratulations to BioTools’ Customer on Receiving the Gerald Blunden Award

June 7, 2017
Join us as we congratulate BioTools customer, Professor Pedro Joseph-Nathan,  on receiving the 2016 Gerald Blunden Award, sponsored by the journal Natural Product Communications. Prof. Joseph-Nathan won the award with his review article “Vibrational Circular Dichrosim: Recent Advances for the Assignment of the Absolute Configuration of Natural Products” Natural Products Communications, 10 (10) 1785-1095 (2015), which is co-authored …

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Upcoming Conferences

May 28, 2017
Pittcon “The world’s leading annual conference andexposition on laboratory science” March 5 – 9, Chicago, IL BioTools Booth #1513 ACS National Meeting “Advanced Materials, Technologies, Systems and Processes” April 2 – 6, San Francisco, CA

Melody Sze, Intern at BioTools, wins first place at the Palm Beach Regional Science and Engineering Fair

May 12, 2017
BioTools is proud to congratulate Melody Sze on winning first place in the Palm Beach Regional Science and Engineering Fair for Excellence in Chemistry Research. Melody, a student at Suncoast High School, completed her summer internship at BioTools and continued her research with a project using the latest BioTools technology on the handheld Raman at …

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BioTools Receives Analytical Scientist Innovation Award for RamTest

May 12, 2017
The RamTest, 532nm handheld Raman, was selected as a recipient of the distinguished The Analytical Scientist Innovation Award for 2016. The award highlights and celebrates the best analytical advances of the year and takes a look at how they will impact the scientific community. Read the article here RamTest White Papers RamTest White Papers Published …

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“Research Shows Us How Laser Lights Can Improve Forensic Science” (a published article)

May 12, 2017
A collaboration with Dr. Igor Lednev, professor of chemistry and Director of the Lednev Research Laboratory on BioTools’ portable Raman.Contrary to TV shows like CSI, most crime scenes are not investigated by a well-trained team of professionals armed with the latest technology. In fact, the state of forensic science was so appalling in 2009 that …

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New USP Chapters <782> & <1782> On Vibrational Circular Dichroism Became Official December 2016

December 12, 2016
On June 1, 2016 USP released a second supplement to USP 39-NF 34 that became official on December 1, 2016. The supplement contains two chapters <782> and <1782> on Vibrational Circular Dichroism (VCD). The chapter <782> spells out in detail various aspects of VCD usage such as qualification of VCD spectrometers, sample measurements, validation and …

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