Through innovation and collaboration with our customers, we develop truly revolutionary technology in biocontainment and contamination control.
Researchers at Garvan Institute of Medical Research have discovered a new type of bone cell.
This might allow scientists to gain new therapeutic targets and strategies for various skeletal diseases in the future.
Condocell® captures the environment of any incubator or workstation making continuous, uninterrupted culture accessible to all.
In 1951, Baker designed and built the first clean air workstation.
Visit the History web page to learn more about The Baker Company!
A recent study found that Parkinson’s disease is actually associated with the gut microbiome. The disruption in acid production could be an indicator of the potential disease.
A drug known as paroxetine could potentially slow down and even halt the degeneration of cartilage.
This would make the drug the first ever treatment for Osteoarthritis.
As technology advances, the use of robotic and automated equipment to perform repetitive tasks in the laboratory is becoming more prevalent.
Download Baker’s poster identifying the need for unique designs in Laboratory Automation!
Explore the Communications and Resources area of the Baker website.
Take a look at the educational tools to assist you with training and information to help you make an informed decision for you and your laboratory needs!
A team of scientists led by Washington University School of Medicine have discovered immune cells are situated in the ‘dura mata’ in outer layer of the brain.
This suggests that the connection between the brain and the immune system are stronger than first thought.
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