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The Basics of Microscope Objectives
Microscope objectives are a key component of a microscope that are used to magnify and resolve the specimen being viewed. They are typically located near the bottom of the microscope's body tube and consist of a series of lenses that are carefully designed to achieve specific magnification levels and optical properties.....
Common Types of Microscopes
There are several types of microscopes, each with its own specific uses and advantages. Learn about some of the most common types of microscopes....
Selecting the Right Microscope is Easy with Globe Scientific
Choosing the right microscope depends on several factors, such as the purpose of the observation, the type of specimen, and the required magnification. Here are some tips on how to choose the right microscope....
Labeling Tape for Your Laboratory
Choosing the best labeling tape for your laboratory is important. When making a selection there are several factors to consider to ensure that the labeling tape meets all your application requirements....
Laboratory Glassware - What Are TD (To Deliver) and TC (To Contain), and How Do They Differ?
At Globe Scientific, we’re committed to advancing scientific research by supporting laboratory professionals. Central to this mission is being clear and concise about our high-quality glassware offerings, as well as the definitions involved.
“To deliver” (TD) and “To contain” (TC) are descriptors that you may have come across in the lab. Here’s what you need to know about these monikers, and why they matter...
Five Important Things to Consider When Purchasing Laboratory Glassware
We know you have options when it comes to purchasing laboratory glassware. But not all glassware is created equal. In this blog, we will discuss reusable laboratory glassware, not including disposable or single-use items. Consider these five things when purchasing new glassware for your lab...
Understanding Laboratory Glassware Classifications
As a busy lab professional, you need to have confidence that the glassware in your lab is reliable and of high quality. You don’t have time to worry about how your glassware will perform in measurement settings—you need the peace of mind that it can compete with the best products on the market....
Difference Between ISO and ASTM Standard Glassware
As a lab professional or dealer, you may have come across the acronyms ISO and ASTM when working with laboratory supplies such as glassware. However, you may not know precisely what these classifications mean and what the difference is between ISO and ASTM standards...
Syringe Filter Advantages
The equipment you use in your laboratory setting is fundamental to achieving the high-quality and consistent results that you expect and deserve. In regard to purifying samples, particularly before placing them in chromatography instruments, syringe filters have several advantages . . .
What is the difference between RNase, DNase-Free and Sterile?
The difference between RNase, DNase-free and sterile laboratory supplies and equipment is nuanced. However, it is important to understand the difference in purity grades when trusting lab supplies and equipment to deliver accurate, consistent results . . .
Cleaning Practices for Laboratory Plastics
Keeping your reusable laboratory plastics clean is paramount to ensuring that your lab processes produce reliable and consistent results. Proper cleaning practices can also help ensure safety for all those who work in the . . .
Sterilization Vs. Aseptic: What's the Difference
If you are confused about the difference between sterilization and aseptic technique, you’re not alone. At first glance, both terminologies sound like they can get your lab equipment pretty clean. However . . . .
Filter Pipette Tips Vs. Non Filter Pipette Tips: What You Need to Know.
You already know a lot about the negative traits of the SARS-CoV-2 virus: It is evasive, it is infectious, and it can be arbitrarily ruthless. At Globe Scientific, we would like to add another trait to this unsavory enemy: It is greedy. Did you know . . .