Archived print edition

G.I.T. Laboratory Journal Europe 9-10/2009

Publishing Date: 01.10.2009

EVENTS
BIO-Europe Brings the Partnering Waltz to Vienna
page 6

Mass Spectrometry Europe
page 6

Explore Drug Transporter Routes to Enhance Drug Efficacy
page 8

Mass Spectroscopy is Leading the Way
page 11

CHEMISTRY & PHYSICS

Surface Induced Magnetism in Quantum Dots
Intriguing Physics of Quantum Dots
Prof. R.W. Meulenberg, University of Maine; Dr. J.R.I. Lee, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; USA
page 12

EARTH & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES

Methane Hydrate, "Fire in the Ice"
Energy Potential and Environmental Implications
Dr. Y. Seol, Dr. R. Boswell, National Energy Technology Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy, USA
page 14

LABORATORY IT

Laboratory Information Technology
Mass Spectrometry on the Move
H. Strass, Germany
page 16

LIFE SCIENCE

High Content Screening (HCS)
Meeting Future Needs of Drug Discovery
N. Thomas, GE Healthcare, United Kingdom
page 20

A Boost for Sequence Searching
Extension to BLAST Can Improve its Sensitivity Twofold
A. Biegert, Dr. J. Söding, Gene Center Munich and Center for Integrated Protein Science (CIPSM), Germany
page 22

MATERIAL SCIENCES

Bioactive Leachates from Lab Plastics
Use of Plastic Disposables May Compromise Bioassay Results
Dr. A. Holt et al., University of Alberta, Canada
page 24

INTERVIEW

Leaching from Laboratory Disposables
Comments from a Manufacturer
D. Wehrhahn, Eppendorf, Germany
page 28

COVER STORY

Introducing Specialized Image Processing Solutions for Materials Inspection
Effectively Streamlining Materials Science
Olympus Life Science Europa, Germany
page 32

INTERVIEW

New Developments in Mass Spectrometry
K. Miller, Agilent Technologies, USA
page 34

ADVERTORIAL

Vacuum Measurement for Rotary Vane Pumps
Comprehensive Protection from Corrosion, Degradation and Breakage
Vacuubrand, Germany
page 36

Titration with Alcoholic Potassium Hydroxide Solution
M. Smetz, Fuchs Europe Schmierstoffe, Germany
page 37

APPLICATION NOTE

The Evolution of Ion Trap Mass Spectrometry
P. Remes et al., Thermo Fisher Scientific, USA
page 38

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