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04 August 2017

Celebrating Jeans for Genes Day 2017

Gallay is proud to participate in Jeans for Genes Day 2017 to help cure childhood diseases.

13 June 2017

Bowel Cancer Awareness

Join the fight against Bowel Cancer and help raise awareness during the month of June.

12 May 2017

Happy International Nurses Day!

Today we recognise and celebrate the value and contribution of nurses worldwide and thank them for vital ongoing commitment to the profession.

20 April 2017

Gallay Attending ADA Dental Congress 18th - 20th May, 2017

The ADA Australian Dental Congress 2017 is fast approaching and the exhibition will be held from Thursday 18th – Saturday 20th May, at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. This is one of the leading and largest professional congresses for Australian Dental Practitioners.

14 March 2017

Erlab & Lab Manager Release a New Infographic Video on Ductless Fume Hoods vs Ducted

Deciding on a particular type of fume hood for your given application can be difficult. This has become a lot easier with a newly released video that highlights the key differences between Ductless Fume Hoods vs Ducted produced from Erlab & Lab Manager.

27 February 2017

Updated Australian Guidelines for Reprocessing of Ultrasound Transducers

Gallay is delighted to announce that our new Antigermix UV light based probe disinfection systems are now officially recognized by Australian industry groups ASUM & ACIPC.

07 February 2017

Gallay announces expanded partnership with W.S. Tyler in Test Sieves business

“Feedback from our customers highlighted the need to stock a wide range of test sieve sizes and mesh apertures as well as to offer expedited national freight for these product lines” commented Chris Vat, Gallay’s CEO. “Gallay is pleased to be announcing today that we are now stocking over 450 test sieve varieties as well as offering free shipping on all sieve orders.”

02 February 2017

Australian study finds Fuse Improves Surveillance for Dysplasia in Patients With IBD

A team of researchers led by Professor Rupert Leong and based in Sydney have had their Fuse study published in the prestigious journal of the American Gastroenterological Institute.