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Recent Media Coverage

Read recent articles about PerkinElmer below. Clicking a headline will take you to the publication’s website for the full article.

Cord blood banking remains 'personal decision'

“Donating cord blood for public use or storing it for a family’s private use is really a personal decision,” says Del Steckler, cord blood recruitment manager with Be the Match.

PerkinElmer: Risk Assessments Getting More Focused

The risk assessment of food producers is getting more focused on where in the supply chain there could be shortfalls and which techniques could be used to ensure final product safety, according to PerkinElmer.

PerkinElmer Raises 2016 Forecast After Strong First Quarter

PerkinElmer Inc bounced back from a disappointing quarter with a strong start to the year, as the scientific instruments maker reported higher-than-expected first-quarter profit and raised its full-year earnings forecast by 10 cents.

Lab Relocation: On the Move

Science is an international endeavour. What are the things to consider when relocating a lab?

Microscopy Systems Save Time

Analyze samples 100 microns or less using the Spotlight 150i and 200 Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) microscopy systems from PerkinElmer.

Data Security in a Collaborative Environment

The R&D sector is increasingly turning to collaborative, partnered and outsourced projects to boost innovation, reduce costs and help expedite development.

JLABS Opens South San Francisco Incubator, Selects First 10 Resident Companies

Johnson & Johnson Innovation— formed to catalyze R&D collaborations between regional innovators and J&J—said today it has opened its new healthcare incubator JLABS @South San Francisco (JLABS @SSF), and named the first 10 of what are planned to be 50 startups to be based there.

UHPLC Detects Chlorophenols in Drinking Water

Many chlorophenols released into the environment can seep into ground water supply, but ultra-high performance liquid chromatography can be relied on to ensure samples are safe and within EPA-regulated limits.

Tackling Big Data Generation and Usage

Making big data work in the life sciences isn’t so much a matter of “upping one’s game” as it is a matter of raising one’s expectations.

Insights on Food and Beverage Screening

To feed the world safe and consistent foods and beverages, companies need increasingly fast ways to screen products from start to finish.

Life In the Cloud

In the first of two articles about informatics software as a service, Sophia Ktori looks at the motivations for transferring to the cloud.