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A passion for innovation  - center of excellence for physiological cell culture

19-12-2017

A passion for innovation - center of excellence for physiological cell culture

Baker Ruskinn sponsor the second physiological workshop at King’s College London

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An Interview with Kara Held, PhD

19-12-2017

An Interview with Kara Held, PhD

As a child Kara Held (Baker Ruskinn, Science Director) wanted to ‘save the world’ and a career in medicine beckoned. However, in college, scientific research fascinated her. This set her on a rewarding course to where she is today, Science Director for Baker.

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Baker Introduces a Modular, Aseptic, Biocontainment, Robotics Enclosure

25-09-2017

Baker Introduces a Modular, Aseptic, Biocontainment, Robotics Enclosure

Baker has recently released the AeroPROTECT 360°, a versatile aseptic containment enclosure for laboratory automation. 

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21-09-2017

Baker Launches AeroPROTECT 360°

Baker announces the release of the AeroPROTECT 360°, a versatile aseptic containment enclosure for laboratory automation.

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21-09-2017

Baker Ruskinn Launches VelO2x, a Rapid Oxygen Control Chamber

Baker Ruskinn, a global leader in the design and development of anaerobic and precision low-oxygen cell culture solutions for research labs involved in cancer, stem cell and microbiology studies introduces VelO2x, a Rapid Oxygen Control Chamber, ideal for fast O2 transition studies.  

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Eagleson Family Receives 2017 United Way Kittredge Award

25-07-2017

Eagleson Family Receives 2017 United Way Kittredge Award

On May 23rd United Way of York County supporters gathered for the 2017 United Way Annual Meeting where Baker’s Eagleson family was presented with the United Way KITTREDGE AWARD. 

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20-07-2017

A look back - The 2016 Albert Lasker Research Award

Just over a year ago, three physician-scientists were honored with the 2016 Albert Lasker Basic Medical Research Award for their discovery of the pathway by which cells from human and most animals sense and adapt to changes in oxygen availability.

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A day in the life of a cardiovascular biology PhD student

18-07-2017

A day in the life of a cardiovascular biology PhD student

By Tom Keeley, King’s College London, UK

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Maria Likhatcheva, PhD Student Recipient of the ARR Poster Prize!

17-07-2017

Maria Likhatcheva, PhD Student Recipient of the ARR Poster Prize!

It was a great time for learning at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Radiation Research 2017, held on the 26th-28th of June, 2017 at St Hilda’s College, Oxford.

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Baker Ruskinn InvivO<sub>2</sub> Featured at OCC/SFRR-Europe 2017

21-06-2017

Baker Ruskinn InvivO2 Featured at OCC/SFRR-Europe 2017

Baker Ruskinn, a global leader in the supply of anaerobic and physiological oxygen solutions designed to help improve research results and enhance experimental control by providing optimal conditions for stem cell expansion, cell or tissue culture, microbiology and other applications requiring precise control of the cell culture environment will be exhibiting at the OCC/SFRR-Europe June 21-23 at Radisson Blu Hotel in Berlin, Germany.

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Use of Volatile Chemicals in a Recirculated BSC: How Much Is Safe?

15-06-2017

Use of Volatile Chemicals in a Recirculated BSC: How Much Is Safe?

Volatile chemicals, while typically used in a fume hood, may sometimes be used in conjunction with biological experiments which often require the use of a biosafety cabinet (BSC).

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