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Fact Files: Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy - an Australian Invention

An invention regarded as one of the most significant achievements in chemical analysis for the twentieth century. In a series of blog posts, we briefly explore some of the developments and quirky facts in science. In this update, Business Development Manager, Analisa Mathrick from our Melbourne laboratory briefly explores the history of AAS.

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INFocus: Meet Lucy from Envirolab Services Sydney and her role in increasing asbestos awareness

With the upcoming asbestos awareness events in November, we thought it a great opportunity to chat with Lucy, Asbestos Supervisor at our Sydney laboratory. In discussing the dangers of asbestos, we also briefly chatted about some of her day-to-day responsibilities and her journey as a valued member of the team.

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Fact Files: A Speedy History of Amphetamines and Meth

Sometimes it's worth having knowledge about the past in order to understand the present. In a series of blog posts, we briefly explore some of the developments and quirky facts in science. In this update, Sales Representative, Kylie Martin from our Brisbane Office briefly explores the history of amphetamines and methamphetamines.

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Acrylamide: An Overview and Laboratory Testing

The need to detect the presence of acrylamide in water is an increasing concern from an environmental and health standpoint. Highly soluble and mobile in water, acrylamide is an unsaturated amide and the main monomer of polyacrylamide used in the treatment of drinking water as well as municipal or industrial effluents. Learn more about testing for acrylamide in water or even air samples at MPL Laboratories and our Envirolab Services locations across Australia. 

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Celebrating National Science Week 2021

National Science Week 2021 is running from 14 to 24 August 2021 and this year's theme is "Food: Different By Design." During the week, there will be hundreds of virtual events around Australia exploring a range of topics, great minds and new discoveries from the world of science.

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Fact Files: History of Biological Oxygen Demand

Biological Oxygen Demand, which is often used in wastewater treatment plants as an index of the degree of organic pollution in water has an interesting history. In this update, Gwenda from our Darwin office briefly explores its history and why five days are assigned as part of the test period. 

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