Can Raman Spectroscopy Shed Light on your Biotechnology Challenges?

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  • 5:04PM Oct 29, 2013
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Challenges in the field of biotechnology are always evolving. So, too, must our tools and techniques for solving novel problems. Although Raman analysis has been around since 1928, the scientific community is only now beginning to embrace this technology’s improved capabilities, portability, and low cost. Raman analyses provide insight across the entire product lifecycle, from […]

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Publications Update: Two Papers with RJ Lee Group Co-Authors Earn Significant Recognition

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  • 9:30AM Sep 20, 2013
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As a company that puts science first, our peer-reviewed publications are very important to us.  You can check out our extensive library of publications to see the variety and depth of subjects on which our scientists have published over the years. Naturally, we are always excited when our publications make an impact in the scientific […]

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What We’re Reading: April 12, 2013

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  • 1:38PM Apr 12, 2013
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Check out the latest articles, hand-picked by our experts for your reading pleasure: EPA Announces New List of Chemicals Targeted for Risk Assessment Under TSCA, Including 20 Flame Retardants A Strike against Fracking in California Analysts expect nanotech drug delivery boom despite safety concerns Scientists call for more neurotoxicity tests for PBDEs

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XEI Scientific reports on how RJ Lee Group has applied Evactron® plasma technology for specimen cleaning

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  • 11:45AM Jan 09, 2013
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Nanotechnology Now, a website reporting on developments in the nanotechnology sector, reported that RJ Lee Group, Inc. has used Evactron® plasma technology to clean specimens ahead of analysis in electron microscopes.  The piece details RJ Lee Group’s expertise in a number of areas, including analytical laboratory testing in the nanotechnology arena. Since RJ Lee Group’s […]

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Regulatory and Policy Issues to Watch for in 2013

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  • 1:59PM Dec 05, 2012
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With 2013 quickly approaching, we met with our experts to get their take on some key regulatory and policy issues that may be developing in the new year. Here are the top issues that they identified, in no particular order: 1. ASTM Subcommittee to Address Standards for Fracking A newly formed ASTM International Subcommittee (D18.26 […]

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Metal Implant Liability Invigorates Advances in Polymer Alternatives

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  • 2:11PM Oct 15, 2012
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By Crystal Morrison, Ph.D. Recalls, regulatory warnings, and legal actions in the United States and abroad have called into question the safety and durability of traditional metal-on-metal (MoM) medical device materials. Hip replacements, for example, have been under intense scrutiny because wear debris for titanium implants pose patient health risks, such as tissue damage at […]

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New and Old Diesel Components Under Scrutiny

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  • 2:08PM Oct 15, 2012
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Statements by an international agency and recently published research have focused attention on the health and environmental effects of diesel fuel exhaust, opening the door for legal action associated with traditional (pre-1988) exhaust and prompting a closer look at nano-additives in modern, cleaner burning diesel. Recent litigation is related to diesel emissions based on the […]

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