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From the discovery of DNA and penicillin to x-rays and microwaves, laboratories are the starting point for some of the greatest scientific breakthroughs. As technology advances, behind every great scientist you will find an exceptional set of tools. To ensure experiments are not jeopardized, data loggers are utilized throughout the laboratory environment to maintain the proper environmental conditions, as well as a validation tool for autoclaves, incubators and testing.

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MadgeTech is gearing up to fly halfway around the world to present the latest technologies in the second largest pharmaceutical business region on Earth. From June 28 – 30, MadgeTech's authorized distributor, MK Scientific will be showcasing MadgeTech data logging solutions at Interphex Japan.

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Three Massachusetts hospitals are in the spotlight after federal regulators say they failed to properly report patient deaths and injuries that may have been caused by medical devices. Massachusetts General, Brigham and Women's and UMass Memorial were among the 17 hospitals nationwide inspected by the FDA last December over concerns about infections possibly linked to contaminated instruments.

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Although most consumers will probably never interact with ethylene oxide (EtO) themselves, everyday life would look significantly different without this crucial chemical compound. Heading into 2017, global trends indicate that the market for EtO is due to grow by as much as 6% between now and 2020, making EtO an extremely valuable commodity.

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For over a decade, Detroit Medical Center (DMC) has consistently struggled to provide surgeons and other healthcare professionals with sanitary instruments, exposing untold thousands of patients to infection and communicable disease.

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