It's a sad era for chemistry when you can buy chemical-free water, in a chemical-free plastic bottle, to wash down your chemical-free pills from your chemical-free pharmacist, says Chief Scientist Dr Alan Finkel.
The pco.Panda camera, with its customised 16-bit sCMOS sensor, measures only 65 x 65 x 65 mm3. The 4.2 MP camera provides high quantum efficiency up to 80%, low readout noise of <2 e and high resolution of 2048 x 2048 pixels with a pixel size of 6.5 μm.
The TRiCAM, from Lambert Instruments, is a compact intensified camera designed for scientific and industrial applications that require low-light imaging.
Illumina has announced its Extended RAS Panel, an FDA-approved next-generation sequencing (NGS) kit.
Adelaide-based start-up Micro-X has announced that its DRX Revolution Nano, a lightweight X-ray machine for mobile radiography, has received Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval.
University of Queensland physicists are applying quantum physics to single molecule sensing for the first time, creating the possibility of detecting cancer at its earliest stages.
The Dual Inverted Selective Plane Illumination Microscopy (diSPIM) system utilises two water emersion objectives mounted at 45° angles above the sample on an inverted microscope. A third objective can also be used to view the sample from below.
SPOT Imaging has released the RT sCMOS cooled camera with Sony's Pregius technology to address the high imaging demands of life-science professionals.
SA analytical instrumentation provider Chrysos is developing a gold analysis process that is said to be up to three times more accurate than conventional methods.
Sartorius Stedim Biotech has launched its next-generation BIOSTAT STR, a fully scalable, single-use bioreactor family based on a conventional stirred-tank design.
OncoRes Medical, established to develop an imaging tool to improve the outcome of breast cancer surgery, will receive up to $6 million of venture capital investment from the Medical Research Commercialisation Fund (MRCF).
Nanolive, the creator of the holographic tomographic 3D Cell Explorer (3DCX), has expanded its family of microscopes to include two more systems.