There’s a tremendous amount of ingenuity that went into creating the iBOT. It would be easy to draw back the curtain to discuss the advanced technology and the energy and enthusiasm of the engineers to make this the best product they can. But the more remarkable story is how the product they created literally transforms the lives of those using the device.
When water is a limited resource, ingenuity is essential. The highly regarded Orange County Water District (OCWD) is no stranger to being innovative to help sustainability in their community. OCWD takes the wastewater from the Orange County Sanitation District next door and treats it to drinking water standards. In fact, with the help of a PerkinElmer NexION® 2000 ICP-MS OCWD achieves extremely low detection limits and participates as one of the only certified public laboratories in the Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Rule (UCMR) program.
Melissa Hill, Supervising Chemist at OCWD, shares her insights on the innovative drinking water resource management and treatment work occurring at OCWD and how the PerkinElmer team helps deliver clean drinking water to Orange County.
The theme of this year’s Foundation of Friends breakfast was Heroes. We focused on the staff and how they make a difference in each child’s life at the Boys & Girls Club of Manchester.
We also created three short videos for use on social media to help the Club keep the momentum going and the donations rolling in!
This video made its debut at the Paris Air Show (the aerospace industry’s largest event) – the perfect venue to communicate the company’s reach, its innovation and value to the aerospace industry.
New technology from PerkinElmer helps scientists to see results from individual cells. 1 million cells, 1 million results.
This technology is helping scientists at the National Institutes of Health to see how cisplatin (an effective chemotherapy treatment) is affecting ovarian cancer cells.