There is only one SPECTROstar Nano remaining in BMG LABTECH’s absorbance reader competition. BMG LABTECH has already given away four of the five SPECTROstar Nanos for great research proposals throughout the world. They have helped scientists in the US, the UK and Finland to better reach their goals in beer analysis, the effects of honey on wound healing, and nanoparticle research, and have given a university the ability to pursue new and innovative research and teaching approaches by giving their students access to state-of-the-art laboratory instrumentation.
The SPECTROstar Nano is the next evolution in absorbance reader technology. Its proprietary ultra-fast UV-Vis spectrometer instantaneously captures a full spectrum in microplates, cuvettes and low volumes samples. It will redefine the most common absorbance assays such as ELISAs, DNA, RNA, protein (Bradford, BCA, Lowry), cell growth, and beta-galactosidase, while expanding your laboratory’s capability with different sample formats.
Don’t miss your last chance to win and submit your proposal before 15 July to be considered for the remaining instrument. If you have a novel idea on how the SPECTROstar Nano could redefine your lab, simply write a short two to four page proposal on how your lab would use this new and unique instrument. Its proprietary ultra-fast spectrometer instantaneously captures a full UV-Vis spectrum in microplates, cuvettes and low volume samples.
For more information go to BMG LABTECH’s website or ask your local BMG LABTECH representative.