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French collaboration aims to address antibiotic resistance

The project will involve the creation of chemical libraries of bioactive molecules for Nosopharm’s anti-infective screening campaigns against antib...

Oxford University diagnostics spin out raises £2.6m

The company's technology uses AI and novel universal labelling technology to identify the strain of virus causing infection

Evaluating the effects of ACE2-mediated COVID-19 infection

COVID-19 has impacted virtually everyone‘s lives, whether through personal experience of infection or the impacts of other people’s illnesses. But...

Telstar introduces photocatalytic treatment for BSC safety

The company's range of biological safety cabinets will incorporate ZeroCoat as a standard treatment applied in the work area

Birmingham researchers tackle surface transmission of COVID-19

Funded by the Engineering and Physical Science Research Council, the researchers aim to develop antiviral sprays, films, and other products

Recombinant Factor C assay to aid demand for LAL endotoxin testing

Kevin Williams from bioMerieux discusses the recombinant Factor C assay that has been developed to help alleviate the pressures of a growing demand...

Cleanroom Conference and Manufacturing Chemist Live events set to go ahead

The co-located events will go ahead in October with new safety measures in place, after being postponed from their original date at the start of su...

Bürkert launches hygienic actuator for rotary valves automation

The Type 2053 actuator features ISO 5211 mounting and can be specified with an integrated rotary valve positioner.

Teknomek launches passive aggressive turnstile

It will only grant access once the unit has automatically dispensed one dose of liquid soap or sanitising gel to each hand

Autoclave packaging for efficient sterilisation

While steam and pressure are vital factors in the efficiency of the sterilisation process, the packaging of the items is pivotal to achieve a cost-...

The nanozyme that uses light to kill bacteria

Scientists at the RMIT University in Australia have created a nanozyme with antimicrobial properties with huge potential applications. Angharad Bal...

Bioquell, part of Ecolab, is helping pharmaceutical companies to resume operations post COVID-19

Bioquell Rapid Bio Decontamination Service (RBDS) enables businesses to quickly regain control of clean spaces and ramp up capacity

Cleanroom Technology Conference opens registration to attendees for 2019

Held on 21-22 May at the Birmingham NCC, the conference will put delegates ahead of the curve

Collaboration unveils detailed 3D model of SARS-CoV-2

A collaboration between experts has created one of the most detailed 3D models of both the interior and the exterior of the SARS-CoV-2 virus particle

Can new discoveries prevent an antibiotic Armageddon?

Governments are waking up to the catastrophe of drug resistance and healthcare without antibiotics. But is extra funding the answer or could the ph...