C & A Scientific services the medical, educational and STEM industries. From microscopes and centrifuges to experiment sets and real animal skeletons, retailers and distributors worldwide benefit from our affordability, credibility, quick shipping and 5-star customer service.  As the manufacturer of high-quality medical and science products, we are knowledge experts in every one of our industries.

We offer curated product lines across several industries and subfields, making us a leader in multiple spaces. With our stellar customer service, we ensure our partners get the products they need. 


Our collection of Histology based products contains up to date, reliable equipment ready to outfit a variety of needs in the study of biological tissue. From the first gatherings of samples through to diagnostic testing and beyond, C & A Scientific can provide for any laboratory.


When it comes to treating animals, C & A Scientific understands that having reliable materials is at a premium. Our team assembled a collection of Veterinary equipment with a variety of modern, economic tools able to accommodate any laboratory. Whether in research, private practice or on the go, vets can be assured that their results will remain accurate over a long product lifespan.


Especially in the age of Covid, Personal Protection Equipment is necessary. C & A Scientific has put together a catalog of  tested, reliable equipment made to protect the user in their everyday life or in a medical environment. Fit with collection swabs, masks and lab coats, users will be able to outfit their PPE needs with ease.


Slide Warmer

Slide Warmer Cheat Sheet

Slide warmers have multiple functions and can do much more than “warm” slides.   The main purpose of a slide warmer is to dry or warm slides and help stain slides. Here are some other functions customers use our slide warmers for:   Warm gel packs: Believe it or not,...

Ultimate Guide to Microscope Slides

Choosing the right slide for your experiment, research, classroom or laboratory testing should not have to be a difficult task. However, with hundreds of options it can become a challenge. Thankfully, we have put together this guide for choosing the right type of...

Veterinary Science: 101

What is Veterinary Science?  Veterinary science is a medical specialty that focuses on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases affecting the health of animals and the transmission of diseases from animals to humans. It has also played an overall...

How Medical Studies Are Changing the World

The coronavirus pandemic remains one of the top concerns within the United States. However, Johns Hopkins, and other research centers, are actively working to continue medical research in all divisions of medicine and health. Learn the ongoing studies at Johns...

Digital Revolution in the Healthcare Industry

The Covid-19 pandemic has left a devastating mark on the US healthcare system. Struggling nurses and doctors have revealed the cracks that exist within the system and are demanding change to improve their lives and the well-being of their patients. A digital...

As Covid-19 Continues, US Has Made Progress in Reducing Cases and Vaccinating the Public

At the beginning of this year, the US saw the highest number of Covid-19 cases and deaths it had ever seen. Personal protective equipment (PPE), like masks and gloves, was next to impossible to find and purchase resulting in the worst shortage since the start of the...

National Doctor’s Day – What effect has the Covid-19 pandemic had on healthcare in the US?

National Doctor's Day is celebrated every year on March 30th. The first Doctor's Day observance was March 30th, 1933, in Winder, Georgia. This first observance included mailed greeting cards and flowers placed on the graves of deceased physicians. In 1990, legislation...

Largest PPE Shortage Since the Start of the Pandemic: Challenges & Solutions

Personal Protection Equipment Shortages and Raised Prices  Shortages in personal protection equipment (PPE) is becoming an issue across the United States. Hospitals in the country are facing severe shortages of masks for their staff and patients. The PPE shortage is...

History of the Vaccine

History of the Vaccine   The first vaccine, created by Edward Jenner, was used to fight against cowpox in 1796 in England. Though rarely seen today, cowpox, a viral infection, was contracted often by milkmaids before the late 1700s. When someone touched the udder of a...

Future of Telemedicine & COVID-19

What is telemedicine?  Telemedicine is sharing information about a patient’s health outside of a traditional in-person visit with a doctor. Telemedicine began in the 1950s when hospital systems tried to find ways to share information through the telephone.  ...

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