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Eppendorf acquires centrifuge business of Koki Holdings Co., Ltd.

19.3.2020

Hamburg/Tokyo, March 19, 2020 – Eppendorf AG and Koki Holdings Co., Ltd., have reached an agreement that Eppendorf will acquire Koki’s centrifuge business, including the premium himac brand. A corresponding agreement was signed by both companies in Tokyo. The acquisition marks a targeted step by Hamburg-based Eppendorf AG to expand its centrifuge business and solidifies its strong market position as one of the world’s leading makers of high-end centrifuges for the pharma and life science industries as well as academic and commercial research.

Free Webinar on Cell-Based Assays

28.2.2020

From Cell Seeding to Analysis - Getting the Best Out of Your Cell-based Assay

Relaunch of the Eppendorf app

14.2.2020

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Call for Entries!

22.1.2020

Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology 2020

BioNews No. 52 - Eppendorf Conical Tubes 25 mL: The Next Level

20.1.2020

New 25 mL conical tube for improved handling and space saving sample storage.

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1.1.2020

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1.1.2020

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13.11.2019 - 5.12.2019

Improve the reproducibility of your experiments – Liquid Handling is a crucial factor, exemplarily shown for NGS, ELISA and qPCR

American Scientist Wins 2019 Eppendorf & Science Prize

21.10.2019

The American scientist Lauren Orefice, Ph.D., Assistant Professor at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School has won the 2019 Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology for her work on the causes and potential therapies for autism spectrum disorders (ASD).

Call for Entries for the Eppendorf Award 2020

1.10.2019 - 15.1.2020

The Eppendorf Award for Young European Investigators, endowed with

20,000 EUR, is granted annually to an early career scientist in Europe for

outstanding contributions to biomedical research. It has been awarded, in

partnership with Nature, since 1995.