Bench Buys

The following products were chosen by LabConsumer either for their exceptional prices or for their ingenious solutions to the everyday problems faced by bench scientists. Although LabConsumer does not officially endorse these products, we do invite our readers to evaluate for themselves what we consider to be some of the most competitively priced and novel tools available. We understand that scientists engaged in research don't have the time to stay current on the latest technology or prices. T

The Scientist Staff
Mar 28, 1999

The following products were chosen by LabConsumer either for their exceptional prices or for their ingenious solutions to the everyday problems faced by bench scientists. Although LabConsumer does not officially endorse these products, we do invite our readers to evaluate for themselves what we consider to be some of the most competitively priced and novel tools available. We understand that scientists engaged in research don't have the time to stay current on the latest technology or prices. That's where Bench Buys can help. By conducting informal surveys of manufacturers and distributors for current prices and specials, we intend to provide our readership with the most up-to-date information available on products and services commonly used in the laboratory.

Inalco began in the early 1970s representing a number of European and overseas chemical manufacturers specializing in the production and supply of intermediates, specialty chemicals, biochemicals, and food ingredients.

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