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Nor-Lake Scientific refrigerators, freezers, stability chambers, and incubators provide the ultimate worry-free environment for your products and samples. Every Nor-Lake product is designed and manufactured to the highest quality standards. Sixty years of engineering innovation and dedication to service has made Nor-Lake the most respected name in the refrigeration industry.
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Clever Drug Formulations Need Stability Chamber Validation
Drug delivery is a big problem for the pharmaceutical industry. When you have a compound that works for a specific target, you need to make sure the drug makes it to that target. In general, there are a lot of barriers in the way, and specifically for the brain there are even more barriers. To
Active Capping as a Method of Waterway Remediation
You don’t naturally think of urban waterways as clean and attractive environments, but it’s not for lack of trying. But there are so many years of accumulated contamination (along with contributions of current pollution) that remediation is not easy. I just learned of one possibility. It’s called active capping, and the University of Illinois-Chicago and
Symbiotic Interactions: How Do They Change With Environmental Temperature?
Predicting reactions to global climate change is just about as complex a problem as you’ll ever find. Even assuming you’re able to predict the average temperature increase for each microclimate, predicting the reaction of organisms to that temperature increase is no easy task. We ran across an example of the complexity of the problem in
Specifying a BOD Refrigerated Incubator
BOD refrigerated incubators provide a precisely controlled environment for scientific studies relating to biochemical oxygen demand.
Carolina Northern Flying Squirrel’s Reaction to Shrinking Habitat
Habitat loss is one of the largest factors leading to species extinction. Habitat loss can be the result of mining or foresting, suburban sprawl, or even the building of roads or power line access. When a species’ habitat is encroached upon there is a logical question: why don’t individuals move into adjacent territory? Are they