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Making sure research specimens are stored correctly is a key responsibility of any research facility.
So long as supplies are stored in a facility overseen with humidity and temperature monitoring equipment, three-week-old blood is just as effective as fresh blood for medical procedures, according to a new study.
So long as supplies are stored in a facility overseen with humidity and temperature monitoring equipment, three-week-old blood is just as effective as fresh blood for medical procedures, according to a new study.
By monitoring the temperature at and processes by which cacao beans are roasted and stored, the final product has a higher percentage of healthful antioxidants and a richer flavor.
By monitoring the temperature at and processes by which cacao beans are roasted and stored, the final product has a higher percentage of healthful antioxidants and a richer flavor.
Recent experiments involving nanotechnology research provide yet another use case for high-quality temperature monitoring equipment in lab settings.
The Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico is being supplied with a new supercomputer by Cray Inc., reports the Washington Post.
The Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico is being supplied with a new supercomputer by Cray Inc., reports the Washington Post.
The publicity for Emerald Cloud Lab's new initiative in democratizing life sciences marks a huge victory for the success of environmental monitoring equipment.
Plant and seed researchers like The University of Sydney's Dr. Nabil Ahmad must rely on environmental monitoring equipment within their research centers.
A team of scientists from Michigan State University will soon embark on an endeavor to better study how cold temperatures affect turfgrass, and this effort will likely need some temperature monitoring equipment.
In a space in Japan that in the past was used to make computer chips, the hardware temperature monitor and humidity monitoring equipment there is now leveraged to help specialty lettuce grow.
In order to better deter athletes from using performance-enhancing substances, sport governing bodies may soon need to use environmental monitoring to keep blood and tissue samples for up to 10 years.
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