Accuracy is of paramount importance in scientific research and lab work. Accuracy in your lab begins with having correctly calibrated pipettes. Different pipette calibration plans are available to meet the varied needs of different labs. It is important to know what level of pipette calibration your lab requires to pick the correct plan to meet your needs. All labs and scientists require accuracy from their pipettes, but some require more stringent regulatory compliance standards than others. Most pipette calibration service providers offer a number of different pipette calibration levels, as well as offering pipette repair.
When you are running your ELISAs and biological assays on multi-well plates, you need the best equipment available to you. The right products will not only ensure you get reliable and repeatable results every time, but they will also minimize your time spent at the bench. Below are three great products from Oxford that can be of enormous assistance when performing multi-well plate assays. Check them out below and see how we can improve your ELISA performance today!
Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) is a term used to describe pain or injury – usually of the wrist – from repetitive movements or overuse of an instrument e.g. a pipette. Long hours of pipetting and lab work can lead to RSI if proper preventative steps are not taken. Educate yourself and your lab group in RSI so that you can all reduce your chances of experiencing RSI in the future.
Where: Booth #4417, McCormick Place Chicago, USA
Conference Link: http://aacc2018meeting.com/
Exhibit Dates: 29th Jul – 02nd Aug 2018