The second edition of our monthly bulletin is NOW LIVE!

Designed with the idea to keep you in the loop regarding the latest updates & upcoming trends in the liquid handling industry, The Microlit Digest will also deliver entertainment and humour in generous doses to add a dash of light-heartedness to the otherwise solemn lab life. 

While you’re at it, do not forget to let us know if you’re finding the digest interesting. We’d love to have your suggestions on what type of content you’d like to see in the next edition. Till then, happy reading!

The second edition of our monthly bulletin is NOW LIVE!

Designed with the idea to keep you in the loop regarding the latest updates & upcoming trends in the liquid handling industry, The Microlit Digest will also deliver entertainment and humour in generous doses to add a dash of light-heartedness to the otherwise solemn lab life. 

While you’re at it, do not forget to let us know if you’re finding the digest interesting. We’d love to have your suggestions on what type of content you’d like to see in the next edition. Till then, happy reading!

Comical Reactions with Mike & Billy

Comical Reactions with Mike & Billy

Wise & Precise

Wise & Precise

Thank You & Congratulations!

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Lab News

Lab News

Take a glance at new discoveries in different fields of science

The researchers at Stanford University have organized ultrathin silicon chips into nanoscale bars to resonantly trap light. The ultrathin silicon chips or the “High-Q” efficiently trap the light and it can be later manipulated to be used in quantum computing, light-based WiFi, and detection of viruses.

The conversion of invisible near-infrared laser light into multiple visible colors with the help of microchip technology can be useful in defence, quantum computing and even medicine. The demonstration by the researchers at National Institute of Standards and Technology and University of Maryland showcases that the device can be mass-produced and widely used.

The US Army researchers collaborated with institutions to find an efficient and more reliable method for the testing of COVID-19. The team looked into testing samples with ELISAs method which identified if the ECD and RBD levels are spiked in the samples or not, a spike that is found in the body of a person carrying the virus.

Flavonoids, both hesperidin and hesperetin, extracted from an orange peel have proven to have many benefits for human health such as cancer, depression, and neurodegenerative diseases among many others. Various citrus fruits like orange, tangerine, grapefruit, lime and lemon have a high content of these bioactive compounds.

A recent study concludes that the treatment of COVID-19 using hydroxychloroquine with or without azithromycin has not offered any clinical benefits to the patients. The study suggests that the use of this drug should only be in clinical trials and not used on masses.

Blog of the Month

Blog of the Month

Our high-quality filter tips take the stress off the pathologist’s mind by eliminating the risk of cross-contamination of test samples and even the lab equipment. 

Read up more about our filter tips and discover their unique advantages.

Inspiring Industry Stories

Inspiring Industry Stories

Establishing a Start-up Amidst the COVID-19 Lockdown

With the desire to expedite India’s fight against COVID-19, Dr. Prabhakar Kulkarni recently co-founded a company developing test kits

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