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Rankin Donates Tissue Processor to Beaumont Health System’s Schools of Histotechnology

Rankin Biomedical is passionate about supporting the cancer diagnostic community and especially an educational organization like the William Beaumont School of Histotechnology. Brent Rankin learned the need for a tissue processor while talking to Peggy Wenk during the NSH symposium/conference in New Jersey last September. The school did not have their own dedicated tissue processor so the students had to walk down the hall to use the hospital’s main lab tissue processor. Now, having their own tissue processor allows them to process tissues on their own schedule and not work around the main lab’s operations. Rankin Biomedical is very happy to show our support by supplying the school with a critical piece of lab equipment.

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Georgetown Biology Department Acquires Leica CM1900 Cryostat

In parallel with the recent advancement of the new Science Center at Georgetown University, the Donoghue Laboratory recently placed their order for a Leica CM1900 Cryostat with Rankin Biomedical Corporation. Scheduled for a mid-August 2012 shipment, this unit is expected to significantly improve and streamline the efforts currently in place within Professor Maria Donoghue’s lab. […]

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Zeiss HMS/DS50 Slide Stainer for Texas A&M

At Texas A&M, Jodie Lutkenhaus, assistant professor in the Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering, has implemented significant innovations in her classes. She has designed organic thin films and nanostructures to enable the development of novel organic energy systems and smart-coatings. Areas of her research include learning how polymer thin films behave in confinement; fabrication of polymer […]

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