Researchers have developed a method that uses multifocal images to reconstruct the movement of fast biological processes in 3D.
The 10.2 MP back-illuminated Kinetix sCMOS camera from Teledyne Photometrics delivers fast speed and large field of view with balanced pixel size and 95% quantum efficiency.
The X-CLARITY system and reagents offer a stress-free, step-by-step approach for tissue clearing.
Nonlinear optical microscopy was used to analyse historic 13th-century parchment manuscripts belonging to the renowned collection at the Chartres Library.
JASCO is a provider of high-quality spectroscopy and chromatography instrumentation for cutting-edge research, teaching, process and routine analysis.
Chemists developed a scent profile and artificial scent lures to help sniffer dogs detect citrus canker disease in citrus orchards in the Northern Territory.
The Thermo Scientific FAIMS Pro Duo interface supports biological mass spectrometry (MS) and extends differential ion mobility to a broad range of applications including proteomics, plasma profiling and targeted small-molecule quantitation.
The Thermo Scientific Orbitrap IQ-X Tribrid mass spectrometer has been designed specifically for small-molecule structural elucidation of metabolites and unknown compounds.
Researchers are developing a chip spectrometer, weighing just one gram, that could be used for applications from drug testing to water sampling.
The 4.2 MP pco.panda bi back-illuminated camera incorporates the latest 16 bit sCMOS back illuminated sensor to offer up to 95% quantum efficiency without the need for active cooling.
The high-resolution accurate mass system combines the power of Zeno trap pulsing with EAD (electron activated dissociation) fragmentation technology to unlock sensitivity gains that could reveal new, rare or even previously undetected information on an everyday basis.
Capable of producing a continuous and on-demand volume of high-quality food-grade nitrogen gas, the complete nitrogen-generation system includes air filtration, piping, tank and an i-Flow 6000 series nitrogen gas generator.
A new imaging technology combines magnetic particle imaging (MPI) with computed tomography (CT) and hyperthermia capabilities for preclinical, in vivo research.
The method was used to obtain the structural information of metal–organic framework thin film with a degree of crystal orientation comparable to X-ray structural analysis.