Powerful new Single Cell Inductively Coupled Mass Spectrometer is capable of analyzing metal nanoparticles in single cell environments, which is likely to reshape nanoparticle regulations.
PerkinElmer is serving in a central role in two EU-based consortia based projects focused on tracing the fate of nanomaterials to determine their potential toxicity and impact on air, soil, and water.
Climatologists from the University of Milano-Bicocca are employing PerkinElmer’s NexION® 350 SP-ICP-MS to determine elemental contents in some polar ice cores, to help us better understand changes to the environment.
Profile of the University of Birmingham’s Facility for Environmental Nanoscience Analysis and Characterization and the role played by PerkinElmer.
Seeing Elements Transform At Atomic Scale Unveils A Big Surprise: A Potential New Cancer Therapy
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.
Engineered nanomaterials are changing our foods.
Nanopharmaceuticals - Gargling, inhaling, and swallowing our way to improved health and longer lives.
The NexION® 350 ICP-MS significantly improves the research quality and time needed to detect, quantitate, and characterize nanoparticles.
Manufactured nanomaterials pose a risk to the environment and food supply. Recent research has shown their affect on important crops like soybeans.