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Laboratory Equipment Blog

  1. How to Calibrate an ISO-HPO100
    April 24, 2013
    In this video, WPI Chemist Nikki Scafa demonstrates how to calibrate the WPI ISO-HPO100 hydrogen peroxide microsensor.  More Info
  2. How to Make PBS Buffer Solution
    April 24, 2013
    In this video, WPI Chemist Nikki Scafa demonstrates how to make a PBS buffer solution for use with WPI microsensors.   
  3. How to Make 0.1M Copper II Chloride
    April 24, 2013
    In this video, WPI Chemist Nikki Scafa demonstrates how to make a 0.1M solution of CuCl2 for calibrating WPI NO microsensors.
  4. Choosing a Cuvette: Optical Glass or Quartz
    July 12, 2011
    Synthetic quartz can be used in deep UV applications and is recommended for fluorescent applications, as it does not exhibit background fluorescence. Quartz cuvettes (absorbance, fluorescence and flow) are shipped individually packaged, glass cuvettes are shipped in packages of 10 cuvettes.
  5. WPI Acquires the Muscle Physiology Experts SI-H
    March 26, 2009
    Late in March, WPI sealed the deal making Scientific Instruments-Heidelberg a part of the WPI family of companies. SI-H is the leader in muscle physiology research equipment. Designing quality equipment since 1988, SI-H focuses on the investigation of intact and chemically skinned muscle preparations, as well as the investigation of single cells.
  6. WPI Sensors are Out of this World
    October 07, 2008
      Contact: Kendra Newman FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tel: (941) 371-1003   E-mail: kendra@wpiinc.com       WPI Sensors are out of this world WPI sensors have been selected for use in the space shuttle by the European Space Agency. After six months evaluating numerous sensors of various worldwide companies, the European Space Agency chose WPI sensors for pilot experiments in its space shuttle. WPI President, Cliff Bredenberg and Chief Scientist, Dr. Xueji Zhang will visit Italy in July to finalize the sensors and electronics design.
  7. WPI Opens Sales Office in Mainland China
    October 07, 2008
      Contact: Kendra Newman FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tel: 941-371-1003   E-mail: kendra@wpiinc.com       WPI OPENS SALES OFFICE IN MAINLAND CHINA Responding to the growing number of inquiries for quality, innovative laboratory equipment, World Precision Instruments has opened a local office in Shanghai China. Covering the Shanghai-Nanjing corridor, the office will provide laboratory products to the growing biomedical research market in China. A mainland location offers convenience for customers when ordering, shipping, and working with the products. Product manuals, catalogs, and other informational materials will be translated into the Chinese language for f
  8. We Wrote the Book on Electrochemical Sensors
    October 07, 2008
    WPI scientist and Vice-President of Research and Development, Xeuji Zhang, PhD,  is sharing his vast knowledge of amperometric sensors and chemical processes in a recently published book “Electrochemical Sensors, Biosensors and their Biomedical Applications” by Academic Press.
  9. WPI Opens China Office
    October 05, 2008
    Responding to the growing number of inquiries for quality, innovative laboratory equipment, World Precision Instruments has opened a local office in Shanghai China. Covering the Shanghai-Nanjing corridor, the office will provide laboratory products to the growing biomedical research market in China. A mainland location offers convenience for customers when ordering, shipping, and working with the products. Product manuals, catalogs, and other informational materials will be translated into the Chinese language for further ease of use.China is WPI’s third international presence, joining the UK and Germany in offering the full line of products. Contact:WPI Shanghai TradinWPg Co LtdRm 20a No8 Dong Fang Rd.Lu Jia Zui Financial DistrictShanghai PRCTel: + 86 (0) 21 688 85517Email: chinasales@china.wpiinc.com
  10. October 05, 2008
    Klaus Ehrmann PhD, Arthur Ho MOptom PhD FAAO, Jean-Marie Parel Ing ETS-G PhD (2008) "Biomechanical analysis of the accommodative apparatus in primates."Clinical and Experimental Optometry 91 (3) , 302–312 doi:10.1111/j.1444-0938.2008.00247.x Abstract: Background: The restoration of natural accommodation in the presbyopic and cataract affected eye is a subject of intense research effort. A new instrument has been developed to test the viability and efficacy of procedures and methods to restore accommodation ex vivo in animal or human eyes. Methods: A section of the globe containing the crystalline lens, zonules, ciliary muscle and sclera is bonded into eight curved shoes. After dissecting the sclera between the shoes, even radial load is applied to stretch the zonules and capsular bag to simulate the natural accommodative process. The associated change in optical power is measured using a
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