Ultrasound Guided Injection of Tumor Cells into Mice
A less invasive technique that allows for a shorter recovery time and potentially faster turnaround times for studies.
Normal and Cerebrospinal Fluid Physiology of the Spinal Cord
A study of the mechanism of fluid inflow and outflow from the spinal cord.
Relationship Between Dysfunction in the Brain and Behavior
Determining the role dopamine plays in a rodent's ability to react with fear to a threatening stimulus.
Molecularly-Induced Functional Changes Within the Nervous System
Molecularly-induced functional changes within the nervous system in various disease states.
Identification of Causative Mechanism(s) in the Pathology of Alzheimer's Disease
Therapeutically target to slow the onset and/or development of the pathology of AD.
Developing Novel Therapeutics for Childhood Spinal Muscular Atrophy
The laboratory of Professor Thomas Gillingwater at the University of Edinburgh is developing novel therapeutics for the treatment of Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA).
Altering miRNA and lncRNA Expression in Mice
Hamilton Neuros syringes will be used for intrauterine injections into fetal brain matter to alter miRNA and lncRNA expression at embryonic day 14 in the mouse.
DREADDS and A Neural Basis of Alcohol Drinking
Work in the Behavioral Neuroscience laboratory at Boston College could be the first to show that amygdala activity is necessary for alcohol drinking.
Novel Research on Metalloproteins
Students in the Wilcox lab at Dartmouth College use isothermal titration calorimetry (ITC) and differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) to conduct research and learn about thermodynamics.
Pioneering a New Technique to Study Migraine Headaches
Carolina Burgos-Vega and the University of Texas at Dallas pioneers a new technique for stimulating the meninges in order to study the pathophysiology of migraine headache.
Metal/Amino Acid Complexes Show Activity Against Bacterial Infection
Joseph S. Merola establishes a research program at Virginia Tech to study metal complexes of amino acids.
Nitrogen Solubility in Marine Animals
Fatty acid analysis of animal tissues and measuring the solubility of nitrogen gas in oils extracted from the tissues of diving animals.
Effects of Cocaine on Synapses in the Brain
Stereotaxic injections of adeno-associated virus into mouse brains.
How the Brain Controls Metabolic Diseases Such as Obesity and Type-2 Diabetes
Stereotaxically administer a highly precise amount of virus into specific regions of a rodent brain.
Investigating Central Mechanisms Augmenting the Development of Post-Menopausal Hypertension
Investigation Through Excising Different Receptors In The Brain By Injecting A CRE Virus
Energy Metabolism of The Heart
Studying Heart Mitochondria In Animal Models Of Heart Disease, In Human Heart Samples From Transplant Patients, Or In Normal Heart Using High-Resolution Respirometry (HRR) Using An Oxygraph
Effects on the Visual System
Creating a chemically induced model of glaucoma and macular degeneration to observe the downstream effects on the visual system
Using Viral Vectors to Research Microcircuits Within Distinct Brain Regions
Understanding how the orexin system regulates stress-induced behaviors through the basolateral amygdala.
Cellular and Neural Circuitry Studies of Changes in Animal Models of Parkinson's Disease with Viral Vectors
Selectively express specific genes in given brain regions in order to carry out optogenetic, chemogenetic, or genetic experiments.
Research in Electrophysiology, Calcium Imaging, and Other in Vivo Experiments
Studies using viral stereotaxic injections in mice.
FGF Signaling in Craniofacial Development of Mice
Injection of small volumes of solution into newborn to early-postnatal mice.
Using Nanotechnology to Improve the Dialysis Process
Probing defects less than one nanometer in membranes that are only one atom thick using simple, table top experiments.
Analyzing Mitochondrial Oxidative Capacity and Efficiency in Human Heart Tissue
Investigating The Contractile Force And Kinetics Of Contraction And Relaxation of Non-Failing And End-Stage Failing Hearts.
Diagnostics and Therapeutic Approaches to Fight Inherited Blindness
Understanding the biochemistry of visual cycle and the etiology of human blinding retinopathies.
Optimizing Production of Algal Biofuels
Screening a knockout mutant library of the model algae, Chlamydomonas reinhardtii, to identify genes that affect lipid production.
Inspecting Erythrocyte Physiology to Uncover Novel Biochemical and Physical Properties of Blood Cells
Enhancing blood compatibility with medical heart-lung machines
Linking Circadian Rhythms and Mental Health
Manipulating neuronal circuits to investigate the physiological basis of behavior.
Understanding How Microbes Affect Earth's Biogeochemical Cycling
Measuring bulk and clumped isotopic compositions of methane molecules derived from various microbial pathways.
Food Science Research
Prevention and control of foodborne infections by the Purdue University Food Science Lab with an emphasis on molecular and genetic basis of virulence of foodborne pathogens and host parasite interactions.
Cerritos Community College Excels With High Standards of Teaching
At Cerritos Community College, 40% of students achieve 90th percentile or above when taking the national American Chemical Society standardized exam.
Unique Nutrition Laboratory
Experimental Nutrition course from the University of Minnesota offers a biochemically focused course researching colon cancer and diabetes/obesity.
Sustainable Energy and Environmental Applications
Sustainable design of visible light-driven photocatalytic systems for harnessing solar energy, hydrogen evolution, and efficient degradation of emerging water contaminants.
A Student’s Grade Depended on Hamilton Precision
At Wilkes University, the precision of Hamilton Syringes helps students conserve and precisely apply expensive reagents in a micro scale environment experiment.
Air-Sensitive Chemistry Research
Undergraduate students gain skills in air-free chemistry techniques as preparation for their future graduate studies or careers in chemical industry.
Nano Crystals and Their Application in Industry
Studying the synthesis of semiconducting nanocrystals.
Nested Needle Block
Nested needle block for use in an advanced and high throughput acoustofluidics system.
Relevant Research Opportunities
University of Manitoba supports multiple undergraduate and graduate research opportunities with Hamilton Grant.
Studying Synthetic Polymers for Enhancing Recycling and Biodegradability of Plastics
The University of Akron's Polymer Science Dept. prefers Hamilton products to perform polymer synthesis, catalysis and air-sensitive reactions.
Understanding Reactivity Profiles of Bioinspired Catalysts
Simon Fraser University uses Hamilton syringes for in-depth analysis of reaction processes.
Solving Molecular Puzzles with Mass Spectrometry and Allied Techniques
Using Hamilton syringes to introduce samples for analysis by electrospray ionization (ESI), atmospheric pressure chemical ionization (APCI), and atmospheric pressure photoionization (APPI) mass spectrometry.
Studying Modern Biophysical Chemistry Methods
Relying on Hamilton Gastight syringes for accurate results with techniques such as absorbance, fluorescence and infared spectroscopy.
Investigating Gas Exchange Driven by Mechanochemistry - From Subglacial Ecosystems to the Martian Regolith
Routine use of Hamilton syringes and needles in the Planetary Science group at Newcastle University.