The Waters SELECT SERIES MRT is a high-resolution mass spectrometer that combines multi reflecting time-of-flight (MRT) technology with both DESI and MALDI imaging sources.
The imaging methodology combines position emission tomography (PET) with an external motion tracking device to create highly detailed images of the brain.
The validated IC-MS/MS workflow enables reproducible quantitation of target HAAs in drinking water per EPA method 557, determining all relevant analytes in water samples in 35 min.
The Precision Hydrogen SL, Peak Scientific's hydrogen gas generator for GC-FID, has been recognised for its compact size, ease of use and safety features.
A new technology improves the resolution of an ordinary light microscope so that it can be used to directly observe finer structures and details in living cells.
Spanish researchers have developed a new device that enables the fast detection of gluten through a simple signalling process.
The sensor can detect threats at the molecular level — whether it's explosive materials, particles from a potentially deadly virus or illegal drugs.
The PerkinElmer LC 300 platform and SimplicityChrom software bring together advanced high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) and ultrahigh-performance liquid chromatography (UHPLC) capabilities with intuitive instrument control and powerful data analysis.
Users can monitor incoming meats, in-process blends and finished products for fat, moisture and protein in seconds, not hours like traditional chemical methods.
Researchers have identified the differences between the fingerprints of people who have touched cocaine compared with those who have ingested the drug.
The ability to perform traceable humidity calibrations of probes in-house is being brought within the reach of more users, with the help of a package offered by Michell Instruments.
SRRF-Stream+ from Andor is a real-time super-resolution microscopy functionality that operates exclusively on Andor's iXon Life, iXon Ultra EMCCD cameras and Sona back-illuminated sCMOS cameras.
Scientists have come up with a method to increase the rate of ethylene hydrogenation by more than five times compared to typical industrial rates.
Scientists have found a way to build micrometre-size model molecules using 'patchy particles', allowing for a much more direct study of molecular dynamics.