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Eppendorf UK

Eppendorf UK

E1

SG1 2FP Stevenage
United Kingdom
www.eppendorf.com

Eppendorf is a leading life science company that develops and sells instruments, consumables, and services for liquid, sample, and cell handling in laboratories worldwide.

Its product range includes pipettes and automated pipetting systems, dispensers, centrifuges, mixers, spectrometers, and DNA amplification equipment as well as ultra-low temperature freezers, fermentors, bioreactors, CO2 incubators, shakers, and cell manipulation systems. Consumables such as pipette tips, test tubes, microtiter plates, and single-use bioreactor vessels complement the range of highest-quality premium products.

Eppendorf Product Specialists will be on hand to answer any questions, provide demonstrations and discuss ways in which our products can assist you in your laboratory work.

Products

Product news

  • ENERGY STAR® Certification for ULT freezers

    As further step into the green future, Eppendorf sent several ULT freezers to ENERGY STAR, the American testing agency for energy-saving instruments, for evaluation.

    The Eppendorf ULT freezers CryoCube F570h (115V), CryoCube FC660h (208V), CryoCube F740i, CryoCube F740hi, and CryoCube F740hiw are now certified by ENERGY STAR as energy efficient ULT freezers.

    The CryoCube F740 units are also certified by the ACT label of MyGreenLab.org regarding their sustainability footprint.

    More information at https://www.energystar.gov and http://act.mygreenlab.org/

    https://www.energystar.gov

  • Eppendorf awarded with ‘Customer Service of the Year’ and ‘Best New General Laboratory Product’ by SelectScience®.

    The coveted 2017 Scientists’ Choice Awards, organized by SelectScience, were announced during the Pittcon 2017 Expo in Chicago, IL. The annual awards celebrate the laboratory products and manufacturers that make a difference to the industry. Scientists are invited to nominate, vote and review online.

    Eppendorf was awarded ‘Customer Service of the Year.’ This award acknowledges the company which has received the highest average review rating for after-sales service across all products. “Scientists expect to read reviews and receive validation from others when investing in their laboratory, so it is a hugely significant accolade for Eppendorf that their customers see the company as best-in-class for service and support in the science industry,” said Kerry Parker, Editor-in-Chief for SelectScience.

    The Eppendorf Centrifuge 5920 R received the award for ‘Best New General Laboratory Product.’ The centrifuge is the ideal product for high-throughput applications. “The new product was a result of a lot of engineering expertise. It’s especially important because we know what the voting process is here – this is voted on by scientists. It’s important for Eppendorf that we’re reaching our scientists and creating products that do make their processes better,” said Matthew Lieber, Product Manager at Eppendorf North America.

    For more information about Eppendorf products, visit www.eppendorf.com or to view the product range on SelectScience, visit http://bit.ly/1XpQn9y

    http://www.selectscience.net/suppliers/eppendorf/?...

  • Eppendorf Wins Scientists Choice Award 2018 For Best Customer Service

    Our commitment to customer support and excellence was recognized at Pittcon 2018:
    Eppendorf won The Scientists Choice Award 2018 for best Customer Service, second year in a row.

    Image courtesy of SelectScience
    Christian Rohrer (center) and Charlie Villano (left), of Eppendorf, accept this year’s award for Customer Service of the Year

    https://www.selectscience.net/scientistschoiceawar...

  • Eppendorf Award for Young European Investigators 2019: Call for Entries!

    From October 1, 2018, until January 15, 2019, young researchers not older than 35 years, with an advanced degree, who are performing biomedical research in Europe are invited to apply for the Eppendorf Award for Young European Investigators 2019.

    The Eppendorf Award for Young European Investigators was first established in 1995. It acknowledges outstanding contributions to biomedical research in Europe based on methods of molecular biology, including novel analytical concepts.

    The Award is presented in partnership with the scientific journal Nature.
    Prize money: 20,000 EUR

    You can apply for the Eppendorf Award for Young European Investigators from October 1 of each year onwards.

    In 2018 Eppendorf AG is presenting the Eppendorf Award for Young European Investigators for the 23rd time. The independent Eppendorf Award Jury chaired by Prof. Reinhard Jahn selected Prof. Dr. Andrea Ablasser, Assistant Professor at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, Switzerland, as the 2018 winner. Andrea Ablasser, born 1983, receives the € 20,000 prize for her contributions to a key step in the innate immune response, which triggers a frontline defense when cells are attacked by microorganisms.

    The official prize ceremony took place at the EMBL Advanced Training Centre in Heidelberg, Germany, on June 21, 2018.

    https://corporate.eppendorf.com/en/company/scienti...

  • Eppendorf at Lab Innovations 2018 - Stand E2

    This year’s new product highlights include not one but two centrifuges. Firstly, Centrifuge 5425 accommodating up to 24 microcentrifuge tubes with a volume of 1.5 or 2.0 mL. Additionally, a new swing-out rotor for 96 PCR tubes broadens the spectrum of molecular applications. Secondly, Centrifuge 5910 R combining high capacity and performance in a compact and ergonomic product design. Its main swing-bucket rotor holds both conical tubes and plates so there’s no need to change rotor buckets or adapters. This improves handling and saves time. Centrifuge 5910 R also features a powerful state-of-the-art refrigeration system with advanced temperature management to keep your samples safe.

    Another addition to our renowned portfolio of life science solutions on show is the Innova® S44i Biological Shaker; a large capacity, stackable shaker with temperature control functionality, designed to provide maximum flask and weight capacity in a compact footprint. Eppendorf X-Drive with software-guided counterbalance adjustment supports smooth shaking of uneven and heavy loads at high speeds. Innova® S44i can also be operated at maximum speed in a triple stack.

    Furthermore, if you’re looking for a 170 L class CO2 incubator that provides flexibility for the future, makes monitoring and documentation easy, and provides optimized growth conditions, even for your sensitive cells, then we would like to introduce you to the brand new CellXpert® C170i - a new family of Eppendorf CO2 incubators.

    There will also be the opportunity to learn more about our new eLABInventory sample management from our online solutions partner BioITech, current promotional offers and competitions - so stop by the Eppendorf stand for your chance to enter the prize draw.

    Eppendorf Product Specialists will be on hand to answer any questions, provide demonstrations and discuss ways in which our products can assist you in your laboratory work.

    We look forward to meeting you!

    www.eppendorf.co.uk

  • Being in Process - Improve Your Lab Workflow

    Eppendorf - Your workflow oriented system supplier

    As a workflow oriented provider of lab equipment, Eppendorf offers instruments, consumables, and accessories that perfectly fit your processes in the lab and thus to your daily lab work. Our comprehensive solutions are engineered with smart innovations to simplify or even eliminate cumbersome lab work.

    > Flexible solutions to prepare, handle and analyse your samples
    > System supplier of broad portfolio for a variety of applications
    > Accompanying maintenance and service contracts available

    www.eppendorf.com/workflows

  • Eppendorf Receives SelectScience® Seal of Quality Award at Lab Innovations 2018

    At a special presentation ceremony hosted by Dr. Arif Butt, CEO and Co-Founder of online publisher SelectScience®, and Editor, Dr. Lois Manton O’Byrne, at Lab Innovations 2018, Birmingham, science industry leaders joined them to celebrate one year of the new Seals of Quality program, designed to further help scientists make important purchasing decisions.

    Among other products from life science manufacturers, the Eppendorf Research® plus pipette (adjustable) was recognized as being within the top 0.1% of laboratory products that consistently receive the highest customer review ratings. The pipette was therefore announced as a Seal of Quality Bronze award winner.

    Seals of Quality recognize the top 0.1% of laboratory products that consistently receive the highest customer review ratings and are designed to enable scientists worldwide to see at a glance the instruments and services their peers love the most. The program has been praised as providing “invaluable” information for scientists.

    "As we mark a fantastic first year for the Seals of Quality, we're delighted to be joined by some of the leading scientific manufacturers who have really embraced this celebration of excellence and seen the value of cultivating customer feedback through a trusted, independent platform," said Dr. Manton O'Byrne.

    Dr. Butt added: "I would like to take this opportunity to thank all our reviewers around the world for sharing their valuable opinions and also to congratulate the Seal of Quality winners, who have been recognized by the people who matter most, their customers."

    https://www.selectscience.net/editorial-articles/s...

  • The solution for NGS library-construction: epMotion® 5073m NGS solution

    Until now, the automated construction of Next Generation Sequencing libraries has only been economical for preparations of at least 96 samples, as entire plates are processed using multichannel dispensing tools. Furthermore, large pipetting stations are often costly and take up valuable space in the laboratory. As a result, smaller sample numbers are processed manually using pipettes. This approach requires time and concentration, and it involves a multitude of pipetting steps. Pipetting errors are difficul t to avoid entirely, and they are rarely traceable. At the same time, NGS libraries, and the quality of their sequences, rely on the accuracy and reproducibility afforded by automated pipetting stations.

    A solution is now available for all researchers who work with small sample numbers, whose laboratory space is limited or who generate NGS libraries manually. Up to 24 samples can be processed simultaneously in a fully automated fashion using the epMotion® 5073m NGS solution. The workstation is optimized in such a way that almost no intervention is required and the construction of the library can proceed independently. Smooth operation is guaranteed by ample space for a sufficient number of pipette tips, the three required single and multichannel pipetting tools in the volume range covering 5-300 μL, and a special rack that accommodates all the required solutions.

    The renowned precision and accuracy of Eppendorf pipettes also applies to the dispensing tools within the epMotion. The optimized epBlue™ software enables smart use of the single channel and multichannel dispensing tools in order to optimize pipetting steps and tip use even in the case of odd sample numbers. This saves time and money, and it reduces waste. And all of that on a footprint of only 6 letter-sized pieces of paper. Notification emails generated by the system to alert the user about manual steps allow the operator to step away from the instrument and focus their attention on other tasks.

    www.eppendorf.com/ngs-compact

  • Eppendorf Conical Tubes 25 mL - Eppendorf launches an innovative tube format

    Working with sample volumes between 15 mL and 25 mL - often used in bacterial/microorganism culture as well as during purification of plasmid DNA/biomolecules, in cell culture or during assay preparation, leaves no option to researchers but to work with a traditional high-volume tube like the 50 mL conical tube. In recognition of this fact, Eppendorf has developed the Eppendorf Conical Cube 25 mL - available with either the new, patented SnapTec cap or with screw cap.

    These conical tubes have the same diameter as conventional 50 mL conical tubes but a ~20 % lower height. This allows space-saving storage, for example in freezers. Additionally, the consumption of valuable raw material is reduced by 26 % for the screw cap 25 mL conical tube and by 20 % for the SnapTec cap 25 mL conical tube compared to a conventional 50 mL tube. Proportionally, laboratory waste of conical tubes will therefore also be reduced.

    The wide opening, combined with the lower height, offers easy sample access. When working with low-volume pipettes and tips, the risk of cross-contamination between pipette and tube by touching the inner tube wall is reduced to a minimum.

    Premium raw materials, without the use of plasticizers and biocides during manufacturing, ensure highest sample integrity and optimal sample and pellet visibility.

    The most innovative feature is the patented SnapTec cap, which is unique within the conical tubes market. This cap is firmly connected to the tube. No need to put the cap on the bench, running the risk that caps from different tubes may become mixed up or contaminated. The SnapTec cap allows single-handed opening and closing for quick liquid extraction or addition of sample. This is particularly advantageous in multistep lab protocols.

    Of course, the Eppendorf Conical Tubes 25 mL are directly deployable. Straightforward integration into the existing laboratory environment is ensured. Concurrently, Eppendorf provides a full system of components.

    www.eppendorf.com/25mL

  • 2019 Eppendorf Award for Young European Investigators presented to Georg Winter

    In 2019, the Hamburg life science company is presenting its highly prestigious research prize for the 24th time. The independent Eppendorf Award Jury chaired by Prof. Reinhard Jahn selected Dr. Georg Winter, Principal Investigator at the CeMM Research Center for Molecular Medicine of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, Austria, as the 2019 winner of the Eppendorf Award for Young European Investigators.

    The Award ceremony took place at the EMBL Advanced Training Centre in Heidelberg, Germany, on June 27, 2019. The laudatio honoring Georg Winter’s achievements was held by Award Jury Chairman Prof. Reinhard Jahn of the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen.

    Georg Winter, born 1985, receives the € 20,000 prize for his pioneering work developing a method for targeting specific proteins for degradation using heterobifunctional chemical compounds to specifically recruit ubiquitin E3 ligases to the intended protein target for destruction.

    The Jury: “This powerful system enables targeting of previously undruggable targets and shows promise both in cells and in vivo in model systems as an emerging therapy.” Georg Winter’s work has led to a fury of excitement across pharmaceutical companies and has resulted in several patents; it holds promise to yield novel therapies for cancer and other diseases of unmet need.

    Georg Winter: “I felt incredibly honored and humbled when I learned that I will be awarded with the 2019 Eppendorf Award. This price recognizes our work in innovating a generalizable solution to targeted protein degradation in vivo. We are pursuing this new therapeutic paradigm towards our ultimate goal of degrading disease-relevant proteins that are thus far deemed ‘undruggable’.

    My contribution to this exciting field would not have been possible without groundbreaking work from esteemed peers, the amazing support from mentors, and close and fruitful collaborations with colleagues in the lab.”

    www.eppendorf.com/award

  • Eppendorf CryoCube® F740 ULT freezers now all-green

    Eppendorf reached a further milestone of sustainability by focusing the flagship ULT freezer CryoCube F740 series on future-proof green cooling liquids only: The new F740h, the advanced F740hi, and the water-cooled F740hiw.

    By combining longevity and quality with sustainability aspects, the CryoCube F740h is the entry model of the CryoCube F740 series. 740 L of -80°C can be filled with up to 576 freezer boxes. Compared to its predecessor, the F740h saves up to 25% of power.

    This is a further building block in a longer green Eppendorf story. Eppendorf now has 10 years of experience in research and development, production, logistics, and service in the field of green ULT freezers.

    The CryoCube F740h, the new member of the CryoCube F740 series, VisioNize® user interface and lab connectivity application as well as the eLABInventory sample management software are further new building blocks for a smart cryo-solution of valuable samples.

    www.eppendorf.com/freezers