• HyPerforma G3Lab Bioprocess Controller

    Reliable Process Control
    The Thermo Scientific™ HyPerforma™ G3Lab™ Controller can control most brands of single-use or autoclavable bioreactors or fermentors that are ≤50 L, including stirred- tank and rocking models. The controller operates using Thermo Scientific™ TruBio™ software, which provides easy process scale-up or scale-down and the configurability to modify your control strategy along with your process. The enclosure contains state-of-the-art transmitters along with power supplies, pumps, input/output (I/O) modules, and the hardware required to connect to the control network, providing maximum control capability.

  • Base Transceiver Station (BTS)

    Corry Micronics can be your RF systems packaging integrator.

  • GeneCount™ DNA-Based Microbial Solutions

    Quantify, specify, and target microbes of interest with the GeneCount™ portfolio of DNA Products and Services.

  • Track-And-Trace System

    The T2410 allows for quick changeover in a broad variety of product formats, as well as seamless upgrades to adapt to an ever evolving market. All integrated components, such as the transfer unit, printing system, camera, product transfers and sorting equipment are matched.

  • Manufacturing Execution System (MES) Software For Soft Drinks and Breweries

    The Soft Drinks and Breweries businesses are characterized by high production volumes and the two major production steps of processing and packaging. Beverage categories, especially breweries, include additional functions like fermentation control and optimization, water treatment and energy optimization. Large soft drink manufacturers have started to integrate syrup preparation with packaging to better respond to shifting consumer demands. Volatile commodity and packing material costs representing up to 40 percent of revenues make scrap, rework or downgraded product expensive. In this highly consolidated industry, responding to shifting consumer tastes, maintaining operational efficiency and minimizing waste are critical. 


  • Cellular Therapy Studies: 7 Common Challenges

    Cellular therapy is a form of treatment where patients are injected with cellular material. Different types of cells can be utilized such as stem cells (such as mesenchymal stem cells) and cells from the immune system (such as regulatory T cells (Tregs)) from either the patient or a donor.

  • The Quest For Clean Mixing

    Mixing is one of the most common operations in food processing, but comes with challenges -- batch-to-batch uniformity, optimizing blend times, and most importantly: improving cleanliness.

  • Realizing Returns On IoT Investments Across Field Service Environments

    How IoT applications drive value in operations, analytics, business decision making, customer experiences, and more.

  • Alaris Supports Ascentas’ Cloud-First Strategy

    Ascentas first company in Europe to leverage the power of Alaris Capture Pro Software in the cloud.

  • On The Road To Self-Driving Cars

    Vehicle-environment sensor technology will play a major role in the next step of autonomous vehicle technology. This article offers in-depth information on the many types of sensor technologies used in self-driving cars and where they are headed in the future.

  • MSP Guide To Vertical Market Success: Spotlight On Professional Services

    How do I differentiate my business from my competitors? This is a question that many managed service providers (MSPs) are battling with. One potentially successful approach is to specialize in a particular vertical market. By focusing on vertical markets, you acquire specific knowledge and expertise about the objectives, processes, and IT issues related to that type of business. You become an expert and specialist rather than a generalist, which enables you to solve problems more effectively and to offer a more relevant mix of products and services. Eventually, you will be able to leverage your specialist expertise and add greater value to your customers than your competitors.

  • 5 Future-Proof Capabilities Your FSM Platform Should Have

    FSOs are looking for solutions that will help them automate work order creation, scheduling/dispatch, location tracking, and time/labor tracking, and grow along with their business requirements. All future-proof solutions should include these five critical capabilities.

  • NUSHOP POS And Online Ordering Partners With Star Micronics Print Technology To Revolutionize Profitability & Productivity For SMB Restaurants And Retailers

    When it comes to point of sale (POS) and online ordering technology, it can be difficult for small and medium sized businesses (SMB) to compete with the resources of large chain competitors. Gone are the days where it was enough to have an in-store POS system. In today’s omnichannel marketplace, it’s imperative for restaurants and retailers to have a website. Not only that, but consumers have come to expect the convenience of online ordering. For SMBs, the costs (not to mention the time) to keep POS and online ordering technologies functioning seamlessly, are dizzying.

  • Transforming Cancer Research: Digital PCR Technology Plays Integral Role At Cancer Research Center

    How  digital PCR technology is helping scientists in their quest to break through the current limits of nucleic acid detection and quantification.

  • Avoiding Hemolysis Blood Sample Collection Processing

    Erythrocytes have significant value in specific types of research. If your objective is biobanking these cells in an intact state then it is equally important that hemolysis and the need for a re-draw is avoided. This paper explains how hemolysis can be prevented during specimen collection and handling.

  • Mall Communication Solutions

    At shopping malls, consumers also are able to find various types of entertainment, dining options, spa services, childcare, etc. This white paper presents Bird’s Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) solution for meeting these wireless communications difficulties.

  • Why Choose a Site Network for Your Clinical Trials?

    How global site networks can effectively address timeline, budget and data quality concerns, by providing access to multiple experienced sites within a single network, providing cost savings through reduction of the total number of sites used and recruitment of a large volume of patients.