Scientist undertakes historical assessment of the Tennessee River’s water quality with the help of PerkinElmer.
To help global regulators identify, quantify, and qualify microplastics in the waterways around the globe researchers are deploying PerkinElmer's infrared (IR) spectroscopy instruments.
With the rising incidence of dangerous compounds in drinking water, the ability to detect and analyze multi-elements in water is imperative.
Missouri University Science and Technology researchers develop new SP-ICP-MS methodology to test for the presence of nanomaterials in drinking water.
Amid a growing crisis, PerkinElmer’s rapid response protocol is helping labs keep up with the rising demand in testing water for lead.
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.
Over 100 million people are exposed to heavy metals in drinking water.
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.
Fukushima University builds the first map of radioactive fallout and detects soil contamination to guide cleanup efforts.