Introducing the new SpotOn – a semi-automated device used to apply samples on Thin Layer Chromatography plates. The instrument eliminates the need for manual sample application and can be used to apply up to 18 samples at a time. With digital temperature and speed controls, this device delivers the perfect sample application every time.
We are happy to be returning to Arablab in Dubai in 2014 - and proud to be joining two other great Delaware companies and representatives from the state of Delaware at booth #1016.
ArabLab 2014 is scheduled to run from March 17 - 20.
We will be there with Supercritical Fluid Technologies, Inc. and Batta Environmental Associates.
Pittcon 2014 is scheduled for March 2 - 6 in Chicago.
We will be at Booth #2336 - and we're going to have some new equipment to show off:
As the temperatures plunge into the single digits, we figured we'd try a few experiments.
Here we see what happens when boiling liquids (coffee and water) meet with 4 degree air temperatures.
The 2014 conference of the National Association of Scientific Materials Managers will take place in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Here's Jo Wagoner, site host, to give some details of what to expect...
Mike Princer is with the Chemistry Department at Grinnell College.
Mike came to our booth at NAOSMM (National Association of Scientific Materials Managers) and told us how much he enjoyed using out flexible-backed thin layer chromatography plates. We asked if he would mind repeating that with the camera rolling...
We are very appreciative of Mike's kind words - and in case you're wondering, you can find more information about our flexible-backed TLC plates by clicking here.
The 40th annual conference of the National Association of Scientific Materials Managers in Niagara Falls was a truly great experience!
From hearing an electrifying talk by Nikola Tesla to getting soaked in the falls to separating green beer during the trade show, this conference was informative, fascinating, and fun!
We've taken the liberty of putting together a highlight video of this year's experience:
There's some great videos posted around the interwebs about Thin Layer Chromatography.
This video was just posted and we thought it was well worth sharing:
The 2013 Conference of the National Association of Scientific Materials Managers (NAOSMM) is scheduled for the week of July 29.
We're looking forward to a full week of discussing new developments in chromatography, science materials, and the genius of Nikola Tesla!
If you're attending the conference, we hope you'll spend some time with us - if you can't make it this year, please check back for updates!
We were privileged to be part of a trade mission from the state of Delaware to Japan.
During the trip, we met with business, government, and education leaders. We talked chemistry, chromatography, culture, history, and more.
We are grateful to the State of Delaware Office of International Trade, the U.S. Commercial Service office in Tokyo, and the Miyagi Prefectureal Government for making this trip such a great success.