The Science of Champagne Bubbles: The Pop Is Just the Start!

science behind champagne bubbles

It’s almost a new year and many of you will probably be popping some sparkling wine (or Champagne) and toasting it to friends and family. But before the clock strikes Continue Reading

Artificial Snow – The History, The Science, and DIY Tips

artifical snow

One of the greatest holiday movies, “It’s a Wonderful Life” brought more to the world than just an excellent performance by Jimmy Stewart. It introduced Hollywood to a new type Continue Reading

Dioxins and Furans – How to Troubleshoot Your Analysis

Dioxins and Furans Article

Deciphering the Code of Dibenzodioxins (dioxins) and Dibenzofurans (furans) Dioxins and Furans are toxic compounds that are persistent in the environment and can have severe health effects if not monitored. This Continue Reading

Un método de extracción en fase sólida más rápido y más limpio

Un método de extracción en fase sólida más rápido y más limpio

Cuando trabajan con un método de preparación de muestras, los laboratorios a menudo buscan el equilibrio entre la limpieza adicional y el tiempo del protocolo para seleccionar la técnica que funcione Continue Reading

Thanksgiving Science – 5 Fun and Easy Activities to Do This Holiday

Thanksgiving Science Activities

It’s been said many times, but this year’s Thanksgiving is definitely going to be different from past years. So we wanted to bring a little bit of cheer to your Continue Reading

Comparison of Micro LC Columns with Additional LC-MS/MS Insights

Micro LC columns

Article Written Based on Technical Application by – Roxana Eggleston-Rangel, Ryan Splitstone, and Jason Anspach, PhD. Micro LC uses columns with internal diameters (I.D.) that are typically within the range Continue Reading

Technical Tip – How to Improve Your Micro LC Column’s Performance

How to improve your Micro LC column's performance - Columna de Mico LC

Guest Author – Helen Whitby, PhD, Technical Specialist Micro LC columns offer chromatographers the opportunity to improve sensitivity or use lower flow rates due to their smaller internal diameter. The Continue Reading