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The reaction station made to increase chemistry productivity
Author: Martyn Deal
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Date: Nov 01, 2018

GlaxoSmithKline were at the forefront of tackling this major issue and asked the question: How can we conduct multiple reactions in parallel and increase productivity?

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The Unistat Principle
Author: Ravi Hosein
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Date: Oct 22, 2018

Building temperature control units with lots of cooling and heating power is easy, the critical part is transferring that power efficiently and safely to the customers application. Find out how it's done...

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Boosting reproducibility in the lab
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Date: Oct 03, 2018

Reproducibility is something of a crisis in the scientific world at the moment. Find out what steps you can take to help tackle the problem in the lab.

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The Winners of the Radleys Lego Competition 2018
Author: Inez Cornell
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Date: Sep 26, 2018

The results are in! Find out who won our annual Lego Competition

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How to optimise the performance of your Findenser
Author: Carly Hammond
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Date: Aug 20, 2018

Are you experiencing solvent loss when using your Findenser? Read our top tips on how to prevent this, and how to optimise its performance.

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W5 Tempreture
Top tips for improving your temperature control
Author: Ravi Hosein
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Date: Aug 13, 2018

Across many different industries in a variety of applications, precise temperature control is paramount. In chemistry, temperature is a deciding factor in the selectivity and yields of many reactions...

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Choosing a stirrer bar
Tips for choosing the right stirring bar for your experiment
Author: Sophie Bolton
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Date: Aug 02, 2018

The right type of stirring bar can make a considerable difference to the effectiveness of an experiment. Here are some tips to help the selection process.

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Radleys Lego Competition 2018 - build us a laboratory!
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Date: Jul 27, 2018

The summer holidays can mean only one thing (apart from schools being closed) - yes, it’s time for the launch of our annual Lego competition!

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Developing the vaccines of the future
Author: Inez Cornell
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Date: May 25, 2018

Flu is just one of several illnesses that are proving difficult to develop vaccines for. Scientists are now dealing with more complex diseases and conditions than in the past. To tackle these challenges, some new trends in developing future vaccines are emerging.

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W5 - Plastic Pollution
How to use plastic more sustainably in the lab
Author: Inez Cornell
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Date: Apr 17, 2018

Earth Day 2018 is dedicated to ending plastic pollution and we all have our part to play. Globally, it is estimated that scientific research produces five and a half million tonnes of plastic.

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