How The University of Nevada, Reno Keeps Its Lab Running When The Power Fails January 04 2017, 0 Comments
In early November 2015, Dave Quilici, Ph.D., of the University of Nevada, Reno Proteomics Center had a problem. His laboratory instruments continually lost power thanks to the lack of reliable power coming from NV Energy (the electric utility service Reno, NV). His Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer from Thermo Fisher Scientific was of particular concern as the voltage fluctuations and electrical noise could eventually and permanently damage the expensive instrument. He needed a solution.