Scientific Research Instrument

Posted on March 10, 2009. Filed under: Geophysical & Seismic Monitoring Instruments, scientific instruments | Tags: , , , |

Hi…I am a research personnel working in a laboratory for the last two years. Glad to see lab technicians, lab experts and research people taking part in blog forums…this inspires me to share my experiences as well as delve deep into newer subjects and share views on various scientific instruments we use in our daily jobs.

Research and development is a major activity in many manufacturing units, pharmacy companies, labs, food processing units, and many other industries. These industry units also have quality control departments where quality control equipment is utilized as per application.

Laboratory quality control is a must activity in chemical, pharmacy, food and related units. Without laboratory quality control, quality of products cannot be determined. Low quality medicines or food stuff or electronic components, will altogether affect the quality of living and lifestyle. Hence the importance of scientific research instrument and quality control equipment as well as the process involved.

As a research analyst, I and my team take note of various parameters and the complete process need detailed attention and monitoring. We use different scientific instruments for different processes. Sometimes the end result doesn’t turn out to be effective or useful to society. Then we need to start all over again. Sometimes it takes months and sometimes a week or just a few days to come out with a successful result.

We also take into account the quality of the scientific research instrument we use. Bad quality products affect our work, hindering us in the deadline. We prefer leading brands only.

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