Posted by Victoria Snyder in News, Product News on September 11, 2018
Next Advance RINO tubes are now clear! Our goal was to provide a tube which allows better visualization of the homogenate – the plastic is now clearer. We are not planning any further modifications. As always, your success remains our main focus and so the tubes perform exactly as they have in the past. You will not need to modify your protocols in any way.
We love hearing from our customers so if you have any questions, comments or feedback, please reach out.
Posted by Ian Glasgow in News on March 19, 2018
Next Advance is happy to announce that we now have all of our Checkit sizes available for your pipetting needs!
2uL, 5uL, 10uL, 20uL, 50uL, 100uL, and 200uL
Posted by Victoria Snyder in News on August 29, 2017
Next Advance had grown too large for its location in Averill Park, NY and has now moved just down the road to the home of Uncle Sam. Our new address is 2113 NY-7 Troy, NY 12180.
Posted by Ian Glasgow in News on December 22, 2016
Our crew is hard at work developing new products and features. This past year the U.S. patent office awarded us 4 patents. Don’t worry, we’re still working hard and have several more patent applications in process.
Posted by Ian Glasgow in News on August 31, 2016
Our website is now much faster. Check it out. Or come back again. We’re continuously working to improve our website functionality and content.
Posted by Ian Glasgow in News on April 13, 2016
We will be assisting our distributors exhibiting at AACR 2016, April 16 – 20 in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA and at Analytica, May 10 – 13 in Munich (München), Germany. Come and see our latest products and meet them and our staff.
As if kidney stones alone weren’t bad enough…
A new paper in PLoS ONE showed that bacteria are associated with kidney stones, and may increase the risk of UTI. Live bacteria and bacterial DNA were liberated from the kidney stones using a Bullet Blender.
Read more: http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0139575
Posted by Ian Glasgow in News on October 29, 2015
The Bullet Blender was in a recent episode of CSI:Cyber. How did they ever solve cases without it?