Could Coffee Cause Cancer? California Warning Labels Suggests It Can

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Over a 150 million Americans drink on average 3.2 cups of coffee a days, resulting in over 400 million cups of coffee per day, making the United States the leading Continue Reading

Still Using Liquid-Liquid Extraction? There’s Now a CLEANER Way

How many scientists could honestly say “no” to less variability and increased reliability?  Yet, time and time again, we see scientists who are content with Liquid-Liquid Extraction (LLE) as the Continue Reading

Fish IQ: What Eating Fish Frequently Means for Your Health

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Fish brain might have been a school yard insult, but a new study just might be proving that having a fish IQ could be a compliment! Researchers from the University Continue Reading

Putting “Simple” Back into Your Bioanalytical Sample Preparation

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Guest Author: Jenny Cybulski While we can’t always agree on the same thing, an overwhelming amount of bioanalytical lab analysts would agree that even though sample preparation is a necessary Continue Reading

Whatever Happened to the Shaking Party? New Technology Challenging Old Lab Traditions

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How New Technology is Challenging an Old Environmental Lab Tradition Guest Author: Allen Misa, Food and Environmental Marketing Manager For decades—as long as environmental laboratories—there has been the tradition of Continue Reading