Missouri University Science and Technology researchers develop new SP-ICP-MS methodology to test for the presence of nanomaterials in drinking water.
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.
The Torion® T-9™, the first portable GC/MS, runs samples onsite and can test for contaminants in the environment, food and products.
Profile of Enthalpy Analytical, Inc. and its relationship with PerkinElmer in working towards air quality monitoring solutions for the EPA
Amid a growing crisis, PerkinElmer’s rapid response protocol is helping labs keep up with the rising demand in testing water for lead.
How the NexION 350 is expanding Campden BRI's food analysis capabilities.
Report on the various scientific methods available to uncover counterfeit and adulterated whiskies.
Milling the perfect flour is more complex than you think.
Easy-to-use, web-based software platform improves efficiency and accuracy and provides users with near instant access to a world of environmental, regulatory, and business planning data.
How TIBCO Spotfire® visualization and analysis software is helping to make better agronomics decisions faster.
Spectrum™ 10 software and innovative Adulterant Screen™ technology offers a simple, fast, and cost-effective solution to testing the purity of honey.
Heavy metals such as lead, chromium, and mercury are being emitted into the air.
Advanced technologies by PerkinElmer detect food adulterants in seconds
Beyond judging beer by its looks
With PerkinElmer’s help, Campden BRI ensures product safety and quality to the food and drink industry.
Is Your Food Authentic? Adulterant Screen™ to the Rescue. Detecting Food Fraud at the Push of a Button.
New NIR technology brings lab-like accuracy right to the fields.
The Netherlands’ RIKILT Institute of Food Safety in Wageningen Is A Global Resource For Safety, Food Analysis Food Fraud Detection, and State-of-the-art Training.
A simple test becomes an international standard in valuing grains and flour.
Turning to Science to Unmask Fake Olive Oil.
Happy Anniversary ChemDraw: A Seminal Chemistry Program Turns 30.
Engineered nanomaterials are changing our foods.
Over 100 million people are exposed to heavy metals in drinking water.
Concerns over nail salon chemicals call for scientific analysis, government regulation
Nanopharmaceuticals - Gargling, inhaling, and swallowing our way to improved health and longer lives.
Phthalates in medical supplies may pose danger to babies.
California’s Orange County Water District is leveraging technology to recycle millions of gallons of water every day.
PerkinElmer is instrumental in accelerating the cleanup of Fukushima nuclear disaster.
PerkinElmer expertise and instrumentation are helping to keep spices free of dangerous adulterants.
Learn how our equipment helps the food industry and governing agencies keep vanilla pure and free of adulterants.
PerkinElmer teams up with Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman to test food products for contamination.
Fukushima University builds the first map of radioactive fallout and detects soil contamination to guide cleanup efforts.
With the increasing popularity of biofuel blends, new regulations have forced companies to perform quality control at more remote locations.
The NexION® 350 ICP-MS significantly improves the research quality and time needed to detect, quantitate, and characterize nanoparticles.
The accuracy of advanced mass spectrometry identifies trace amounts of epoxy resins right down to parts per billion.
Manufactured nanomaterials pose a risk to the environment and food supply. Recent research has shown their affect on important crops like soybeans.
Shanghai EPA has consulted with PerkinElmer to select the most suitable and advanced analytical instruments to meet their monitoring requirements.