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Nina Vernali

Nina joined MadgeTech in May of 2018 as a Marketing Content Developer who specializes in strategic business strategy and market research and analysis. Nina graduated from Southern New Hampshire University where she received her Master of Science in Business Management with a concentration in Marketing. Outside of the office, she enjoys reading, traveling, and playing piano.

Recent Posts

Meet MadgeTech at the Seafood Expo of North America!

Join MadgeTech from Sunday, March 17th to Tuesday, March 19th  at booth #184 for the 2019 Seafood Expo of North America located at the Boston Convention Center in Boston, Massachusetts! This is the largest seafood show in North America, showcasing more than 1,300 exhibitors.

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Published On: Mar 13, 2019 8:46:31 AM
Nina Vernali

MadgeTech Heads to The New England Food Show

Join MadgeTech March 3-5, 2019 at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center in Boston, MA for the New England Food Show! Stop by our booth #765 to see our data loggers in action including the HiTemp140 and RFOT!

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Published On: Feb 25, 2019 11:39:29 AM
Nina Vernali

What Exactly Impacts the Growth of Marijuana Plants?

We’ve all heard of the term “green thumb”, and while it may be of major benefit when tending to your garden, there should be a higher level of thinking and planning when considering marijuana cultivation. In order to yield the highest return, prior knowledge of logistics and proper arrangement of your layout, materials, and controls are essential to a successful cultivation system and outcome.

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Published On: Feb 21, 2019 12:30:13 PM
Nina Vernali

Food Laboratory Testing and Techniques

Food laboratories are essential to the processing and distribution of a wide variety of consumer products.  Ensuring the safety and accountability of laboratory effectiveness, there are several groups responsible for facilitating every sequence of the food testing process. These groups include:

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Published On: Jan 10, 2019 8:36:36 AM
Nina Vernali

MadgeTech Goes to Vancouver!

Join MadgeTech January 11-13, 2019, at the Vancouver Convention Center in Vancouver, BC for the Lift & CO Cannabis Business Conference and Expo! Stop by our booth #642 to see our data loggers in action including the Element HT and the Element COWireless data loggers.

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Published On: Jan 2, 2019 11:37:33 AM
Nina Vernali

How this Popular Area of a Business can Benefit from using Data Loggers

Data loggers can be utilized throughout several areas of a company’s business structure. Data loggers are especially helpful in shipping, storage, and production areas. But, did you know they are just as useful within a manufacturing process? Data loggers used in a manufacturing area are capable of advancing productivity, improving manufacturing processes and applications, and ultimately help reduce operating costs. The following are basic areas where data...

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Published On: Dec 11, 2018 10:46:34 AM
Nina Vernali

Raining in the Operating Room: What it is and How can it be Avoided?

 

Operating rooms are considered to be one of the most important areas of a hospital. There are specific requirements for maintaining the overall safety and sterility of the OR unit. It is also thought to be one of the most closely monitored areas of a hospital for several reasons.

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Published On: Dec 6, 2018 9:10:20 AM
Nina Vernali

The Importance of Monitoring Pharmaceutical Storage

In order for medications, vaccines, and other pharmaceuticals to remain effective, they require optimal conditions in which they are stored in, cared for, and monitored.

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Published On: Nov 27, 2018 10:02:18 AM
Nina Vernali

Taking a Close Look at Thermal Processing

Thermal processing is considered one of the most widely used food sterilization methods in the food industry. According to sciencing.com, it is defined as “a food sterilization technique in which the food is heated at a temperature high enough to destroy microbes and enzymes.” The specific amount of time required depends upon the certain type of food and the growth habits of the enzymes or microorganisms. The term “thermal” refers to the heating process,...

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Published On: Nov 19, 2018 11:39:42 AM
Nina Vernali

The Great Debate: Glycol vs. Glass Beads

Temperature probes are a commonly used device in the data logging industry. Some temperature probes can measure temperature by being inserted or immersed into a liquid in order to accurately measure the temperature, while others can be placed directly onto a surface. Temperature probes are designed to essentially prevent incorrect or unclear readings by protecting the thermometer from sudden changes in temperature that can occur when opening a freezer door...

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Published On: Nov 12, 2018 11:24:53 AM
Nina Vernali
Data Logging 101