Recent Media Coverage
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Like many chemists of a certain age, Derek Lowe remembers the exact moment when he learned about the chemical-structure-drawing program we now call ChemDraw.
Technologies such as PerkinElmer’s Opal platform and its multispectral imaging and analysis software allow researchers to multiplex immunology markers in a single assay on a single slide.
In a research first, Tufts scientists have witnessed atoms of one chemical element morph into another.
PerkinElmer, a maker of high-tech equipment used in the pharmaceutical industry, is joining Albany Molecular Research Inc. in a new, multimillion-dollar drug development hub soon to open on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus.
To minimize complexity, researchers often study cellular proteins or nucleic acids in isolation.
PerkinElmer of Shelton has received an Aquarion Environmental Champion Award. PerkinElmer company was recognized for its environmental efforts as well as for encouraging employees to participate voluntarily internal and external environmental projects.
PerkinElmer #940 on Fortune 1000.
Pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies are facing a gigantic increase in data — not just in volume, but in complexity.
Kinase assays that are compatible with high-throughput screening techniques are essential.
The goal of scientists is to partake in a breakthrough discovery leading to a solution that makes the world a better place.
For over 60 years, PerkinElmer has been providing unmatched versatility and sensitivity in radiometric detection. The new liquid scintillation counters are the most versatile, sensitive, and comprehensive LSCs on the market.
A report by the E.U. Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety identifies olive oil as being among the products most prone to food fraud.