The June/July Issue of American Laboratory Featuring Employment Advice, Biodiesel Technology, and Thermal Mass Flow Technology Is Now Available

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - Jun 29, 2011) - American Laboratory, a leading publication for the laboratory industry, announced today the June/July 2011 issue is now available. Focused on key areas in the laboratory industry, this issue's top articles include:

"The Itinerant Scientist and Delayed Retirement" offers sage advice to chemists working in industry who may be at risk of losing their jobs to corporate restructuring. The article helps chemists recognize the nature of modern employment and take charge of their careers.

With prices of crude oil reaching record highs, alternative fuels like biodiesel are worth looking into. "Securing the Energy Future: Work Flow Solutions for Biodiesel Quality Control" explores methods for assessing the quality of biodiesel products and work flow solutions to make these analyses more cost-effective.

Thermal mass flow technology, which was previously limited to the area of computer chip manufacture, can now be employed in more routine processes, as explained in "Achieving Traceable Flow Measurement and Control of Gases in Scientific Research and Biopharmaceutical Systems."

"American Laboratory/Labcompare is focused on providing professionals with the information they need to make smart purchasing decisions for their laboratory," said Robert Sweeney, Publisher for American Laboratory/Labcompare. "As we've grown, we continue to add content to both the magazine and the websites -- americanlaboratory.com and labcompare.com. This June/July 2011 issue of American Laboratory has twice the amount of high-quality content as the June/July 2010 issue."

About American Laboratory

Headquartered in South San Francisco, California, American Laboratory/Labcompare is a subsidiary of CompareNetworks, Inc., a leading global media company for the life science, healthcare and information industries. American Laboratory/Labcompare provides analytical chemists and life scientists with up-to-date information about equipment, instrumentation, and applications that they use in their labs every day. Addressing basic research, clinical diagnostics, drug discovery, environmental, food and beverage, forensics, and other markets, American Laboratory/Labcompare combines in-depth articles, news, and video to deliver the latest advances in their fields to thousands of print and online subscribers.

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