These are incredibly challenging times we are all facing together in Australia. At In Vitro Technologies, the safety and wellbeing of our customers and staff is very important and we...
Column chromatography can be extremely time consuming and can be the bottle neck in your laboratory.
Carbolite Gero worked in collaboration with the Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence at the University of York, and the Biorenewables Development Centre to create this custom rotating tube furnace.
The G.A.S. FlavourSpec represent the synergies of a fast GC and the outstanding sensitivity of an IMS. This enables analysis of a sample without pre-treatment and a sensitive detection of...
Starting from today, July is going to be a busy month for us as we exhibit and participate in 3 major conventions! AIFST in Sydney, WineTech in Adelaide and FoodTech...
We’re pleased to announce that IVT Science has been given distributorship for Kyoto Engineering Manufacturing products in Australia and NZ. Keep an eye out for more information on our website soon regarding KEM’s products such as Karl Fischer Moisture Titrators, Density Meters, Refractometers, Viscometers and Thermal meters.
Throughout your day you often have to make compromises. When it comes to trivial issues such as coffee or tea, this is not such a big deal. But compromising on your extraction processes means losing time and being limited in your methods.
With the newest BUCHI extraction solutions we present you fast and flexible solutions to meet all of your needs.
We're excited to announce that Buchi has just launched and exciting range of chromatography products.
CARBOLITE GERO has announced a completely updated GPCMA/174 Retort Furnace suitable for a variety of laboratory, pilot scale and industrial applications requiring heat treatment to 1150 °C
The emergency services need to have the best possible information when a CBRN incident occurs, in the quickest time possible, without having to put further lives at risk. G.A.S. Dortmund, partnering with scientists from the Loughborough University, have been involved in the multi-million TOXI-Triage project that has been funded by the European Commission to develop means of quickly testing possible victims.