Automated DNA Purification

18 November, 2001 | Millennium Science Pty Ltd

MWG-Biotech's laboratory robot, RoboSmart, can completely automate, in one single step on one single robot platform, plasmid or PCR product purification, setup, processing, and subsequent purification of the sequencing reaction.

Laser Scanning Microscope

18 November, 2001 | Bio-Rad Laboratories Pty Ltd

The Radiance2100 confocal and multiphoton microscope can be progressively upgraded from single channel confocal through to multichannel multiphoton systems as required. Confocal microscopy enables the acquisition of optical section images through a fluorescent biological sample so that only light that is in focus is collected.

Portable Refractometers and Density Meters

18 November, 2001 | Mettler-Toledo Ltd

The Densito 30P density meters and the Refracto 30P refractometers will achieve almost the same level of efficiency and comfort as a benchtop, but are designed for one-hand operation. In addition to displaying plain measured values, both the Densito 30P and the Refracto 30P automatically compensate temperature and can directly calculate the concentration of a sample in common units, such as percent alcohol or Brix. A correction feature allows the instrument to easily switch calculations when different samples are measured. The instruments can also be customised so that the user can define specific calculation formulas.


18 November, 2001 | In Vitro Technologies Pty Ltd

Memmert offers a broad range of Universal Ovens. All ovens have non-corrosive, easy to clean, stainless steel interior and exterior surfaces.

Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge

18 November, 2001 | GE Panametrics Pty Ltd

The Model 25DL Plus advanced ultrasonic precision thickness gauge displays both the thickness reading and the ultrasonic waveform (or A-Scan) on its large LCD screen. It has many practical measurement features and a sophisticated alphanumeric, file-based data logger. This handheld thickness gauge can be used with various transducer types to make very accurate, one-sided measurements on almost all materials.

Hartmann Analyser

22 October, 2001 | Warsash Scientific Pty Ltd

The Spiricon Hartmann Analyser provides wave front phase information and propagation characteristics to supplement the intensity profile of a laser beam. The system allows users to predict beam distribution quickly and easily.

Glassware Washing Machine

22 October, 2001 | Gallay Medical & Scientific Pty Ltd

The Gallay Lab200M automatic laboratory glassware washing machine has been designed and developed specifically for the laboratory.

Chrompack Capillary Columns

22 October, 2001 | Varian Australia Pty Ltd

Chrompack Capillary Columns with Ez-Grip can boost laboratory productivity by providing simple, error-free installation and operation of single and dual GC columns.

Visualising Rheometry

22 October, 2001 | Rheology Solutions Pty Ltd

The Thermo Haake RheoScope 1 is a combination of an optical microscope with attached digital camera and a universal rheometer. The RheoScope 1 allows the synchronous recording of both the rheological properties and the changes in the microscopic structure of the sample.

E.coli Genome Microarray

22 October, 2001 | Millennium Science Pty Ltd

MWG-Biotech has launched the Pan E.coli Array. All 4.289 genes of the bacterium are represented on the array using MWG-Biotech's 1 gene/1 oligo method, where each bioinformatically designed HPSF oligonucleotide is 100% gene specific and thus guaranteed to identify the gene it was produced for. The organism used for MWG-Biotech's Pan E.coli Array is the strain K12, a non-pathogenic standard research organism. MWG-Biotech will soon introduce a modified version of the Pan E.coli Array to study pathogenic (disease-causing) effects of micro-organisms in detail. For this a combination of genes of E.coli K12 with about 1.200 additional genes of the pathogenic haemorrhagic (causing intestinal bleeding) E.coli strain 0157:H7 will be used. E.coli 0157:H7 has recently received public attention in food poisoning cases involving raw meat and apple juice.

Type 1 Water

16 September, 2001 | Millipore Pty Limited

For the scientist who requires 5 to 40 L of ultra-pure water per day from a convenient source, the Synergy provides an easy supply of high quality water at a low capital cost, with minimum maintenance. The Synergy water purification system offers the essential features (compact, automatic delivery of predetermined water volumes, high accuracy resistivity monitoring) of a Type 1 water system at low capital cost.

Electrolytic Suppressor

16 September, 2001 | Ai Scientific Pty Ltd

The Dionex Atlas Electrolytic Suppressor for ion chromatography is a fifth-generation advancement in eluent suppression technology providing lower baseline noise, faster start-up, and better ease of use, ruggedness, and reliability.

X-ray Detector for Powder Diffractometry

16 September, 2001

The X'Celerator X-ray Detector is designed for the X'Pert PRO diffractometer series and is based on the RTMS (Real Time Multiple Strip) detection technology. This, in effect, replaces a single detector by an integrated array of parallel detectors to provide up to 100-fold increase in efficiency compared with traditional detectors. This means a scan formerly requiring three hours of data collection time can now be recorded in less than two minutes without compromising resolution.

Liquid Nitrogen Plant

16 September, 2001 | On Site Generating Solutions

The LNS-40 Liquid Nitrogen Plant produces 40 L per day, and the LNS-12 produces 12 L per day of liquid nitrogen.

PCR Tubes

16 September, 2001 | Eppendorf South Pacific Pty Ltd

Eppendorf 0.2 mL PCR tubes have a contamination shield on the lid which prevents the user from accidentally coming into contact with the inside of the lid when opening and closing the tube. It provides a safeguard against contamination during handling.

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