It’s a balancing act. Our job is to design a metal detection conveyor system that’s very sleek and uninterrupted, but at the same time, provides the highest level of safety.
Although notable progress has been made in the therapeutic management of patients with chronic kidney disease in both conservative and renal replacement treatments (dialysis and transplantation), the occurrence of medication-related problems (lack of efficacy,...
Welspun chose Little Rock for its first U.S.-based spiral mill. One year later they’ve announced an expansion project to the tune of $30 million dollars and 230 jobs.
A more flexible, integrated timekeeping system helps Country Maid monitor labor costs and manage employees.
Elastec/American Marine sets record numbers for controlled burns of oil in the Gulf of Mexico with the help of its fire-resistant Hydro-Fire® boom.
ABB and JLS committed to making Wolfgang Candy’s operations more agile by using flexible automation tools that can consistently, quickly and precisely accomplish the task at hand.
Ease of implementation, low cost of ownership and the technology's level of cleanliness have made laser-driven gas analysis a very attractive option for some manufacturers.
Conserve Italia processes around 650,000 tons of raw materials each year, and uses triple stage quadrupole mass spectrometers to achieve compliance with maximum residue limits.
Inactivation and sub-lethal injury of Escherichia coli in a copper water storage vessel: effect of inorganic and organic constituents.October 22, 2010 8:38 pm | by Antoine van Leeuwenhoek | Comments
This study provides information on the effects of inorganic and organic constituents on inactivation and sub-lethal injury of Escherichia coli in water stored in a copper vessel. E. coli suspensions were stored for up to 24 h in copper vessels containing one of the following...
Three equipment specialists discuss what you should consider when calculating total cost of ownership before a significant equipment purchase.
Siluria Technologies' president Alex Tkachenko speaks with Chem.Info about the natural gas-to-chemicals process, why scaling-up should not be a problem and how the technology benefits chemical manufacturers.
Michael A. Pulick and Deb Oler from Grainger U.S. answer questions about the trend towards consolidation and the manufacturer-supplier relationship.
A series of dams, built in the early 1960’s, created a dynamic resource for hydropower, but the fish passage system built into the design proved unsuccessful.
In the majority of patients, existing therapies for neuropathic pain are far from effective. Furthermore, all current treatments are symptomatic rather than disease-modifying or curative. A range of therapeutic modalities is emerging, targeting a variety of mechanisms, but...
Clinical pharmacology in research, teaching and health care: Considerations by IUPHAR, the International Union of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology.October 16, 2010 8:38 pm | by Basic Clin Pharmacol Toxicol | Comments