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Laboratory, scientific and industrial processing equipment

I have written many blog posts for a variety of specialist websites in the field of laboratory, scientific and industrial processing equipment. My copywriting work has also included online magazine articles and press releases on similar topics. Key subjects have included water treatment, force sensors, industrial power supplies, liquid flow meters, air heat exchangers, refrigeration, vial washers, continuous flow analysers, other analytical instruments, microwave chemistry, milling and sieving, and laboratory information management systems (LIMS).


A modern obsession with fat analysis

Posted on 11/07/2013

An article on fat analysis using microwave technology for online magazine laboratorytalk. Visit website

Coulter Counters in the study of bacteria

Posted on 06/06/2013

As you will probably have read by now, the Coulter Principle was discovered in the 1940s by Wallace Coulter, who used it to develop a very quick and efficient way of carrying out blood cell counts. Since its introduction, its uses have expanded dramatically. Today, Coulter Counters can be found counting and sizing anything from toners to explosives, and from food to construction materials. Even so, the Coulter Principle still has a major role in the field of human health. [Read other blog posts by Mark Nicholson Copywriting on the same site.] Visit website

Brownian motion and dynamic light scattering

Posted on 01/06/2013

When reading about the principles underlying a particular analytical instrument or technique, I often come across concepts which are not fully explained but which the authors assume will be recognised by the reader. Sometimes it’s good to have a look at those concepts and make sure their significance is understood. One that I’d like to mention is Brownian motion, or Brownian movement. [Read other blog posts by Mark Nicholson Copywriting on the same site.] Visit website

Permeability in battery components

Posted on 31/05/2013

Components used in the construction of a battery or fuel cell may be exposed to strong chemicals, high pressures and raised temperatures. In developing new and better products, it is essential to study the behaviour of components under different conditions – and component permeability is a key factor. [Read other blog posts by Mark Nicholson Copywriting on the same site.] Visit website