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September 29, 2016
by Jessica Hamelburg
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Quality Innovations for Bioreactors

The Biotechnology field is one with a lot of promise. Though it seems much has been uncovered, we have only just scratched the surface when it comes to biotechnology. Many engineers across the globe are making great strides in Biotechnology and bioreactors are getting more efficient with time. The following innovations for bioreactors are said to shape the future in the biotech industry. Continue Reading →


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September 27, 2016
by Jessica Hamelburg
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One week – Two trade shows!

See us at SupplySide West & the ISPE Product Show Next Week

EquipNet will be exhibiting at two trade shows next week – Supply Side West in Las Vegas, Nevada and the 25th Anniversary ISPE Boston Area Chapter Product Show in Foxboro, Massachusetts. Continue Reading →


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September 26, 2016
by Jessica Hamelburg
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Global Consignment Services with EquipNet

EquipNet’s Global Consignment services are far more than just simple storage solutions for your surplus or idle equipment assets. Our service ensure that your machinery, equipment, and instrumentation are professionally organized, secure, and located in an attractive facility that serves as a showcase to help drive up the value of your equipment. Continue Reading →


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September 20, 2016
by Jessica Hamelburg
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Innovation at 30,000 Feet: 3D Printing and Aerospace Tech

While technology hasn’t quite mastered the art of the dematerializing transporter used in “Star Trek,” engineers have figured out how to reliably transmit an object from conceptual digital space into a physical reality. The new developments of 3D printing and the forward-looking innovations of the aerospace industry go hand-in-hand, enabling computer modeling of sleek components to become aerodynamic realities. This partnership has massively positive connotations for the future of airborne travel both in Earth’s skies and beyond, and it’s all possible due to technology that wasn’t even conceivable only a scant decade ago. Continue Reading →


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