How to Improve Your Sugar Analysis by HPLC

sugar analysis

Are you separating sweet, sweet sugars? So are a lot of our customers. Over the past year, we’ve worked and spoken with many scientists regarding sugar analysis from all kinds Continue Reading

Science of the Slushie, Discover What Goes Into Making the Famous Frozen Drink

Slushie

The convenience store chain 7-Eleven, celebrates their day, July 11th, by doling out millions of free small cups of Slurpee® to their customers. However, while guzzling down your free frozen Continue Reading

Sugar Intake and Cocaine Addiction—Are They Equally Dangerous?

Cocaine Addiction

Some researchers have claimed that sugar should be considered an addictive substance, and could even be equal with abusive drugs, like cocaine addiction. Cardiovascular research scientists James J DiNicolantonio and Continue Reading

Addressing Cannabis Research Challenges with Gas Chromatography

With marijuana decriminalization on the rise in the United States, many people might expect to see more sophisticated systems of labeling and identification in their newly sanctioned cannabis products. Easier said than done.

Weird News Roundup: Strange Brew Part II

Back in October, we told you about the …unique way Oregon is brewing beer. That’s not the only way alcohol has grasped our attention recently.

Technical Note Spotlight: Neonicotinoid Analysis from Honey

Everyone knows that bees produce honey from flower nectar, but are you aware of the extensive work that goes into such a delectable creation?