Welcome to this SelectScience Special Feature, highlighting the latest technology for water analysis, both in the laboratory and in the field. Discover more by watching the videos, registering for our webinars, downloading application notes and reading the articles highlighted below.
Discover how an in vitro cAMP-dependant assay, from BMG Labtech, can be used to measure the total β-blocker activity in wastewater effluents as equivalents of the lead substance metoprolol (MetEQ).
Find out how improved analysis of 1,4-Dioxane in drinking water can be carried out using solid phase extraction systems from Horizon Technology, Inc. with automation for US EPA Method 522.
Hormones have been detected in environmental and drinking waters. Find out how a combination of LC-MS/MS and Milli-Q® water purification can remove hormones from tap water.
Discover how advanced capillary gas chromatography columns are enabling enhanced in-lab water analysis, eliminating the need for special tests.
Discover how a Cornell professor is focusing on low-cost diagnostics for food and water safety, combating testing bottlenecks with nanobots developed via phage engineering.
In this webinar, two experts discuss the latest techniques used to analyze organic contaminants in soil using EPA-regulated methods, and a solution that has improved productivity and reliability.