Bioinstrumentation refers to high-tech, often costly instrumentation used to conduct cutting edge research in the biological sciences. Bioinstrumentation is the development of technologies for the measurement and manipulation of parameters within biological systems, focusing on the application of engineering tools for scientific discovery and for the diagnosis and treatment of disease. Examples include instrumentation for imaging, disease diagnosis, and therapeutics. An experiment that emphasizes the separation and identification of organic compounds is described. Students are given a mixture of a solid ketone and a solid alcohol and asked to separate and identify the two components. Spectroscopy, as applied to high-energy collisions, has been a key tool in developing scientific understanding not only of the electromagnetic force but also of the strong and weak nuclear forces. With the rapid progression of bionanorobotics, manipulation of nano-scale biosamples is becoming increasingly attractive for different biological purposes. Nevertheless, the interaction between a robotic probe and a biological sample is poorly understood and the conditions for appropriate handling is not well-known. The most basic of all microscope slides is a flat rectangular piece of soda lime glass, borosilicate cover glass or plastic, with ground edges. This book consists of feature information on several biochemical techniques such as spectroscopic, chromatographic, and centrifugation methods.