In biochromatography, every purification or separation procedure that fails because of instrument malfunction wastes precious lab resources. That’s why Bio-Rad, in designing the NGC chromatography system, found new ways to engineer reliability into the chromatography experience. Here’s how they did it.
Chromatography instruments have a bad reputation in terms of their complexity and difficulty of use. In response, Bio-Rad’s designers and engineers challenged themselves to make the new NGC™ chromatography system as simple and intuitive-to-use as possible. Learn about the new easier-to-use instrument interface they created as a result.
The Chromatography Chronicles Part 3: Adding, Swapping, and Scaling — Better Chromatography through Modular Design
What does it take to configure your own chromatography system? Part three of The Chromatography Chronicles examines how the NGC™ chromatography system adapts and grows to meet changing lab needs, and the modular design that makes this possible.
Is spending hours in the coldroom just an inevitable part of doing chromatography? The engineers and designers at Bio-Rad believed that, with a little innovation, the answer could be “no.” Part two of The Chromatography Chronicles reveals how they freed the NGC™ medium-pressure chromatography system — and its users — from the coldroom’s chilly confines.
The Chromatography Chronicles Part 1: The Votes Are in — Customer Voices and the NGC Chromatography System Design Process
Whether through unreliability, lack of workflows, or poor design, chromatography systems can cause major hassles for any lab involved in purifying proteins. Would Bio-Rad be able to solve these longstanding problems? This new series takes an inside look at the development of the NGC medium-pressure chromatography system. This month: bringing customers into the design process.