Analytical instrumentation > Imaging systems

Small imaging systems

07 April, 2009 by

CRi’s imaging solutions may be used to reveal hidden signals and structures in biological samples. Signals are detected, distinguished and quantitated with sensitivity and resolution.


Dolphin-Doc Plus gel documentation system

07 April, 2009

Dolphin-Doc Plus is a high-performance gel documentation image system suitable for fluorescent DNA and protein gel visualisation. A compact darkroom with a fully openable door and a UV-transilluminator on a slide-our frame makes the image system extremely user friendly.


Gel documentation systems

07 April, 2009

The FUSION FX7 is the latest addition to the range of gel documentation systems from Vilber Lourmat, France.


Pocket-sized magnetic resonance imaging

06 April, 2009 by

Research scientists have developed small portable MRI scanners that perform their services in the field; for example, to examine ice cores.


Live cell imaging

01 January, 2009

The NanoTracker is a live cell imaging technique with high temporal and spatial resolution suitable for non-labelled nanoparticles. It traps and tracks particles from several microns down to 30 nm with the ability to control, manipulate and observe samples from vesicles to whole cells in real time.


X-ray diffractometer

01 December, 2008

The SuperNova dual wavelength X-ray diffractometer from Oxford Diffraction is designed for the analysis of small molecules and proteins. The instrument uses high-intensity micro-source X-ray technology to determine the structure of small molecules and proteins at high resolution.


Imaging plate X-ray diffractometer

01 December, 2008

The Rigaku R-axis HTC imaging plate (IP) detector features a three-plate system that allows for simultaneous expose, erase and readout operations. This means that the duty cycle is limited only by the speed of the IP transport from one position to the next, making the R-AXIS HTC highly efficient for screening samples and suitable for experiments with brief exposure times. It combines the high-throughput capability of a CCD with the large aperture size and dynamic range of an IP.


Digital microscopy cameras

01 December, 2008

Diagnostic Instruments Spot digital microscopy cameras provide an easy-to-use, comprehensive camera/software package. They range from colour CMOS cameras for brightfield to high-end, deeply cooled EMCCD cameras for ultra low light fluorescence.


Counting hair

03 November, 2008

CSIRO has developed maths-based imaging technology to measure hair on different parts of the human body.


Back illuminated EMCCD camera

08 October, 2008

Andor has available the iXonEM+, a dedicated, compact, truly high-end platform, designed to get the best from electron multiplying CCD (EMCCD) technology.


Small imaging systems

01 September, 2008

CRi’s imaging solutions may be used to reveal hidden signals and structures in biological samples. Signals are detected, distinguished and quantitated with sensitivity and resolution.


Decoding DaVinci

08 August, 2008

NMR is being used to non-invasively map the layers of paint in old masterpieces.


CCD microscopy camera

01 August, 2008

The Lumenera InfinityX-32 pixel shifting camera has been specifically designed for users in the clinical, life and material science fields. This camera offers 32 megapixel resolution, high sensitivity, 12-bit data and low noise levels.


Twin lasers improve precision measurement

25 July, 2008

The twin laser technology, developed by physicists from ANU and Laboratoire Kastler Brossel in Paris in the laboratories of the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Quantum-Atom Optics at ANU, may dramatically improve precision measurement ranging from atomic to outer-space applications.


Imaging system

04 June, 2008

The Leica TCS LSI is a pioneering imaging system for studies of the dynamics of cell growth, differentiation processes and the development of organs in vivo.


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