The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is revising ISO/IEC 17025, General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories, 12 years after the publication of the previous version.
Researchers have demonstrated a way to detect and image electronic spins non-invasively with ambient sensitivities and resolution orders of magnitude never before achieved.
The light generated by the Munich Compact Light Source (MuCLS) can be used to increase contrast in techniques that can be applied to real-world medical diagnosis problems, thus enabling groundbreaking biomedical imaging research.
AXT has announced its installation of a Rigaku Ultimate IV X-ray diffractometer at the University of Auckland in the Faculty of Engineering.
The 5th generation Phenom Pro and ProX series of desktop SEMs by Phenom-World feature enhanced imaging, a 20% resolution improvement and added software to significantly widen the application range.
Researchers have developed an imaging technique that can help assess the quality of early-stage embryos.
Perth-based research company Linear Clinical Research is using cloud-based technology to record data on its patients and participants involved in a clinical trial.
The Nanoimager from Oxford Nanoimaging represents a revolution in single-molecule imaging, according to the company. Offering super-resolution capabilities in a compact, benchtop system, the Nanoimager is claimed to be a game changer for high-resolution imaging.
The Photometrics Evolve 512 Delta EMCCD high-speed imaging camera was specifically designed for super-resolution applications such as STORM, PALM and GSD.
The ChemiDoc MP Imaging System is designed for multiplex fluorescent western blotting. With triplex acquisition, the product can detect up to three proteins simultaneously to gain more data per sample and minimise stripping and reprobing.