We have been inspired by the planning, ingenuity and teamwork of the team behind the JWST and wish it well on the remainder of its journey to the second Sun-Earth Lagrange point (L2), its home for what now looks to be the next 20 years.
Collection Time! We were tasked with the clearance of eight Class II Safety Cabinets from the Eurofins site in Teddington. We were able to go
We’ve expanded our capabilities at Richmond Scientific to carry out exciting new services to guide you through your HPLC journey.
Watch our specialist HPLC engineer talk you through the services we can offer.
We recently delivered an HPLC system to Agnes Tyburn the University of Cambridge. Agnes’ current research involves RNA and she needed a capable HPLC at a good price to take her work to the next level. She hopes to detect nucleotides with the HPLC’s VWD.
Richmond Scientific were tasked with the removal of ducted fume hoods from two rooms of the RAF Caversham site in Bicester. We were an active
Concept Life Sciences Case Study – lab clearance Richmond Scientific were asked to carry out a lab clearance by Concept Life Sciences, who are located
Pol-Eko Smart Climatic Chambers are a serious contender in the modern market. They provide a degree of networking and quality of life enhancements that make
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The development of the gold-standard PCR COVID-19 tests used to fight the global pandemic all started with a question from microbiologist, Tom Brock, who began the research that would go on to revolutionize the field of biology.
A technology called functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) can be used to objectively measure tinnitus, according to a new study*. Tinnitus affects up to 20% of