The FlexSEM 1000 VP-SEM is a compact system (450 mm wide) that delivers the performance of a conventional SEM in a lab-friendly footprint and requires only a standard wall outlet for power.
Trajan Scientific and Medical (Trajan) has expanded its organisational and global manufacturing footprint with the opening of a Penang Malaysia facility.
The Re-Scan Confocal Microscope from Confocal.nl includes two scanning-mirror sets: the scanner and the re-scanner. While the scanner scans the specimen, the re-scanner writes the emission signal on the camera chip.
The University of Tasmania (UTAS) recently installed a new microprobe in its Central Science Laboratory (CSL).
The European XFEL, the biggest X-ray laser in the world, has reached the last major milestone before its official opening in September — the generation of its first X-ray laser light.
Mettler-Toledo's range of Safeline X-ray systems is said to offer manufacturers significant benefits when installed on production lines.
UNSW recently purchased a 9 kW Rigaku SmartLab X-ray diffractometer for its Mark Wainwright Analytical Centre — a central analytical facility that brings together a vast array of measurement and characterisation equipment.
The Nanolane N-Lab Station uses optical sensors to enable label-free live imaging, surface interaction studies and topographic analyses at the nanometre scale.
Researchers are one step closer to breaking the so-called 'colour barrier' of light microscopy for biological systems, allowing for more comprehensive labelling and imaging of biomolecules in living cells and tissues than is currently attainable.
SPOT Imaging modular microscope boom stands provide stability and easy positioning for stereo microscopes and cameras.
AXT has announced the sale of an XtaLAB Synergy-S single-crystal X-ray diffractometer to the University of Auckland, where it will serve a large research community.
Hawker Richardson recently installed a GE Nanotom M micro-CT scanner in the laboratory of Professor Ralf Haese and Dr Jay Black, where it will support their research into carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology.
A new European project, ChipScope, is set to revolutionise optical microscopes with super-resolution capabilities, making them chip-sized, convenient, affordable and ubiquitously available.