Issue Date: November 28, 2011
Mobile technology is starting to put product information in researchers’ hands literally through smartphones and tablets that are now appearing in labs. And instrument suppliers are creating software applications, or apps, to help customers search for and use reagents and consumable products.
Agilent Technologies has apps for calculating liquid and gas chromatography parameters to determine equipment setups. Likewise, Thermo Scientific has a GC column selector tool. And Waters has a part selector app . . .
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