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.
The Lumen 200 Fluorescence Illumination System from Prior Scientific is a powerful alternative to 100 W mercury and halogen lamp houses for microscopy applications.
An international team of researchers has developed an experimental technique to take 3D images of molecules in action.
The BioCAM X from 3Brain is a high-resolution system for in vitro electrophysiological imaging using a microelectrode array (MEA) biochip. It allows simultaneous recordings from a total of 4096 electrodes sampled at 18 kHz per electrode, thus allowing monitoring of thousands of neurons.
Bruker has announced the AVANCE NEO platform, the company's next-generation NMR electronics console in the AVANCE series, which is said to offer fast control, improved dynamic range and enhanced flexibility and scalability.
The ACRF Detector, a device akin to a turbocharged camera, will fast-track cancer research at the Australian Synchrotron by harnessing light a million times brighter than the sun.
The PCO.edge sCMOS 4.2 LT camera offers 4.2 MP and is equipped with a scientific CMOS sensor providing crisp images and precise measurements. It is designed for users who require high quantum efficiency, 16-bit dynamic range, long exposure times and low readout noise.
Scientists have found that young rabbits exposed to ultrasound during foetal development had weaker thighbones than unexposed rabbits, raising questions about the use of prenatal ultrasounds in women worldwide.
Olympus's latest addition to the Vanta series of handheld XRF analysers provides on-the-spot chemical analysis to quickly scan for toxic metals like lead, cadmium, mercury, chromium and bromine in consumer products such as toys, apparel, footwear and electronics to comply with RoHS regulations.
The ETG-4100 optical topography system from Hitachi Medical Systems is a mobile, non-invasive tool for the investigation of blood flow in the brain using near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS).
Frontier Microscopy has developed an automated microscopy analysis system for the asbestos air monitoring industry.