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Super or Hyper Aerospace? Why Does This Prefix Matter to our National Security?

“Faster than a speeding bullet! More powerful than a locomotive! Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound!” What are we talking about? Superman, of course! When they debuted in the early 1940s, the first nine Superman cartoons were … Read More

What do microfiber wipes, van der Waals forces, cell phones and geckos have in common?

While checking into the best ways to clean our cellphones last weekend, we stumbled across a couple of articles on that most adorable of creatures, the gecko. Despite oftentimes heroic and diligent attempts at staying on topic, we disappeared rather … Read More

Optical Shifts – Could Holographic Technology be Leveraged within a Cleanroom Environment?

In recent months we’ve written a lot about cars and automotive technology. From Tesla’s self-driving autos to Google’s investment in flying cars, we’ve delved into the intersection between technological advancement and cleanroom use to highlight the innovative ways in which the industry … Read More

Flying High – The Role of the Cleanroom in the Development of Flying Cars

A few months ago, we came across a promotion for an animal shelter in which adorably adoptable dogs were air-lifted to potential families using state-of-the-art drones. Readied in a NASA-style flight suit, each pooch was custom delivered to a suburban … Read More

Could Wearable Technology be a Powerful New Tool in Contamination Control?

Working in a cleanroom is one of the most interesting, rewarding, and – let’s admit it – at times frustrating jobs around. As anyone familiar with the environment will attest, the rules around performance are complex and labyrinthine, and … Read More

Tissue Banks & Cleanrooms: The Ultimate Price of Contamination Issues

From the earliest times in human civilization, healers and physicians have dreamed of curing the sick and repairing the injured by transplanting organs or bones. The most common procedure, allogenic skin grafting – the process of transplanting skin from a … Read More

Should Cellphones Be Allowed In A Cleanroom?

Anyone who’s ever driven a car has been there. It’s a common enough scenario: you’re sitting in traffic on the freeway during the morning commute, the sun’s climbing slowly into the sky, its pale light casting a wan glow over … Read More

An Infinite Resource – Could Solar Power and Battery Storage Offer Real-World Solutions for Our Increasing Energy Needs?

What do self-driving cars have in common with solar power? If you were hoping we’d be announcing the development of a car that runs purely on the power of the sun you are a more optimistic reader than we’d imagined! … Read More

What Do Cleanrooms, Mars, and Cooking Have in Common?

A Shimmering Red Presence in the Clear Night Sky*

The year is 2035 and Mark Watney, botanist and mechanical engineer, casts a wary eye over the latest weather report. A dust storm with intense winds is approaching and it’s … Read More

Recommended Cleaning Protocol

Berkshire’s Cleanroom Solutions representatives worked with Flow Science to offer their pharmaceutical, biotechnology, nanotechnology, Pilot Plant, and Laboratory R&D clients a comprehensive containment solution.

Click here to contact one of our representatives today to discuss what we can do … Read More

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