Next Advance has announced a collaboration with Web Scientific to distribute the Bullet Blender® tissue homogenizer and the Freedom Rocker™ BlotBot® to the United Kingdom.

About Web Scientific

Web Scientific was founded in 1997 with the aim of supplying a complete range of electrophoresis spares and accessories into the Life Sciences market. The business model was simple – to supply quality products direct to the customer at competitive prices. In 2005, Web Scientific was bought by Thistle Scientific Ltd., a well recognized UK supplier of both general and more specialized Life Science products. Today, Web Scientific operates as a division of Thistle Scientific, but with a more diverse product portfolio which reflects our deeper penetration into the markets in which we operate.

For sales and technical support, contact:

Web Scientific
Radway Green Business Centre

Tel: +44 01270 875 172
Fax: +44 01270 878 186
email: [email protected]

Come see us on your computer at Genetics and Genomics virtual conference, May 13 – 14,

See us at AACR in Philadelphia, April 19 – 22. We’re exhibiting a couple of exciting new products, in booth 1848.

Come visit us on Feb. 4 and 5th. We are exhibiting at the virtual Laboratory Animal Science Conference, a BioConference Live event.

Come visit our booth on Feb. 4 and 5th at the virtual Laboratory Animal Science Conference, a BioConference Live event.

Do you have unusually tough or difficult samples to homogenize?  Send them to us!  Here at Next Advance we offer Rapid Protocol Development- we figure out the best way to homogenize your samples to save you time and effort.  For more information, contact us at [email protected] or (800)738-1681.
We now have an improved protocol for plant leaf homogenization and insect homogenization! Our scientists have found that a dry grinding step vastly improves homogenization efficiency. We are continuously working to come up with new protocols here at Next Advance so stay tuned for more exciting announcements.
The GoLab homogenized beetle legs in the Bullet Blender Storm for the Biology Department of Loyola University last month, saving countless hours. The GoLab is Quasar Instruments’ touring demonstration lab. Go to and check when the lab will be near you.
Congratulations to Cheikh Seye of Indiana University on winning a brand new Bullet Blender® Storm Homogenizer!  Next Advance awarded the Storm to a visitor who stopped at our booth at a recent convention and filled out a short survey. Cheikh, our lucky winner, will be using the Storm to homogenize arteries, brain, liver and spleen samples.   The Storm will replace his noisy hand homogenization system that left his hands cold and resulted in low yields.  He says he is looking forward to spending less time cleaning, no sample contamination and more consistent sample processing. Thanks to everyone who participated in our first-ever Next Advance Bullet Blender raffle.
After outgrowing our old space, we are happy to announce that we have moved to a new building.  Please update your contacts: Next Advance 1548 Burden Lake Road Averill Park, NY 12018 Our phone numbers and email addresses will stay the same.
We thank our customers for the excellent word of mouth which helped our sales grow 30% in 2010. We expect this trend to continue with the spread of our newest homogenizers: the Bullet Blender® 50 DX which uses several 50 mL tubes; and the BioBox for homogenizing infectious samples, and other new lab instruments.
Next Advance announces the promotion of Carlton Hoyt to New Product Development Manager. In this role, he will be head our plan for product introduction.
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