As micronutrients become more important to the global food supply, the new PerkinElmer Avio™ 200 ICP-OES can analyze nutrient content in fruit juices and milk better than traditional methods.
A profile of InfraLeuna and its analytical laboratory, which is among the largest energy producers in Europe.
Profile of the University of Birmingham’s Facility for Environmental Nanoscience Analysis and Characterization and the role played by PerkinElmer.
How to improve the odds of developing successful new drugs using Big Data and state-of-the-art analytical tools.
Flat panel x-ray detectors have revolutionized not only medicine but manufacturing.
Missouri University Science and Technology researchers develop new SP-ICP-MS methodology to test for the presence of nanomaterials in drinking water.
Researchers offer evidence of the importance of epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition (EMT) in the progression of chronic kidney disease.
Animated cartoon features the benefits of newborn screening for genetic diseases.
PerkinElmer recently introduced the Avio™ 200 instrument as the world's smallest inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometer (ICP-OES).
With dangerous levels of arsenic found in apple juice, PerkinElmer offers a new fast and reliable HPLC/ICP-MS process to measure arsenic in juice.
Dr. Linh Hoang, Vice President, Neonatal Screening, at PerkinElmer, talks about the challenges, opportunities, and company activities to address the need for newborn screening in India.
The Torion® T-9™, the first portable GC/MS, runs samples onsite and can test for contaminants in the environment, food and products.
PerkinElmer's Phenoptics™ quantitative pathology research system helped researchers reveal a predictive biomarker for Merkel cell carcinoma.
Using TIBCO Spotfire® visualization tools, PerkinElmer demonstrates this analytical versatile software in the study of infectious diseases.
PerkinElmer-GIS Centre for Precision Oncology leverages genome expertise and leading edge imaging instrumentation to develop new cancer therapies.
Making a statement for safer pregnancies and healthier babies in India.
A couple who lost an infant daughter to a rare metabolic disease is working with PerkinElmer to introduce newborn screening technology to Pakistan.
In a medical first, UNC researchers engineer and record skin cells becoming cancer killers using PerkinElmer’s IVIS system.
Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences is working to develop an inhaled oxytocin treatment for PPH, excessive bleeding after childbirth that kills an estimated 140,000 women a year.
Researchers at the University of Oklahoma have discovered potent polyphenols in brown seaweed that target and prevent the spread of pancreatic cancer cells. Their research is a potential blueprint for fighting the most lethal form of cancer, saving thousands of lives each year.