Antimicrobial materials to the front

Andy Newbould, Bioclad sales director, explains the benefits of antimicrobial technology applied to construction materials and highlights a recent project delivered for pharmacy premises at Midlothian Science Zone near Edinburgh, UK

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Destiny Pharma announces research collaboration with Aston University

Partnership will see a dedicated team investigate potential antimicrobial candidates against biofilms

AWAK Technologies relocates to new HQ in Singapore

The 6,000 square foot headquarters houses a cleanroom manufacturing facility and fully-equipped chemistry and ...

Germitec gets 4 million cash injection

Funding from the GRED Group will be used to accelerate rollout of Antigermix, a new disinfection method for medical ...

Strip the strip curtains

What it takes to maintain an aseptic environment? Lisa Dorn and Melinda Smith, experts in pharmaceutical processes at ...

New Candida Auris testing kit from Bruker

Fungiplex is the latest addition to Bruker's infection control porfolio

Microorganisms grow on body implants

New study reveals body implants provide a new habitat for bacteria and fungi

The nanozyme that uses light to kill bacteria

Scientists at the RMIT University in Australia have created a nanozyme with antimicrobial properties with huge ...

KEK and Dittel unveil folding trolley

New cleanroom cart has been designed to house measuring instruments and equipment for use in inspections and ...

Multi-state outbreak of salmonella linked to Kelloggs

The FDA is advising consumers to avoid eating and discard any Kellogg's Honey Smacks cereal, regardless of size or sell ...

A specialist approach for sterile facilities

Garry Horrocks from BES discusses the importance of managing the financial and operational risk associated with ...

Microbiologists put a question mark over chlorine washing

Researchers at Southampton University have found that chlorine washing of chicken is not sufficient to remove food ...

Flexible and modular containment solutions for niche products

As pharmaceutical and biotech companies look to cater for more frequent product changes and smaller batches, the demand ...

Fipronil found in eggs from the Netherlands

Insecticide contamination scandal as Germany recalls 73,000 organic eggs

"The future belongs to real-time methods for determining microorganism counts"

Dr Christian Raiss, director at the Hygiene-Institut AYSID, will discuss methods for determining microorganism counts ...