Researchers at the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation have led the development of a new method for producing PET radiotracers.
The Nanolane N-Lab Station uses optical sensors to enable label-free live imaging, surface interaction studies and topographic analyses at the nanometre scale.
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.
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.
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.
3Brain's BioCAM platform is a high-resolution electrode array platform for in vitro electrophysiology on large neuronal networks and brain tissues.
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.
The SPOT RT CMOS camera from Diagnostic Instruments uses Sony's Pregius CMOS sensor for high speed and sensitivity.
A miniaturised optical imaging probe known as the microscope-in-a-needle, developed at The University of Western Australia, has been licensed to medical device company Miniprobes.
Researchers at Macquarie University and Edith Cowan University will be some of the first in Australia to have access to a retinal-scanning camera that can identify beta-amyloids, known to be an indicator of Alzheimer's disease.
Researchers from Tokyo Tech sent tiny Japanese rice fish to the International Space Station (ISS), where they were exposed to microgravity.
Four instruments in one, Amersham Typhoon biomolecular imagers offer versatile imaging and precise quantitation of fluorescent, colour-stained and radio-labelled biomolecules like proteins and nucleic acids.
Scientific equipment supplier AXT has partnered with Magnetic Insight to make magnetic particle imaging (MPI) technology available to Australian researchers.
The Prime 95B Back Illuminated Scientific CMOS (sCMOS) camera by Photometrics features 95% quantum efficiency (QE), making it a suitable choice for low-light imaging techniques such as super-resolution microscopy (STORM, PALM), confocal imaging, single-molecule fluorescence and light sheet microscopy.
Nikon's DS-Fi3 is a high-definition colour microscope camera. Its high-speed data readout, good colour reproduction and high quantum efficiency are optimal for imaging in various applications, such as brightfield, DIC, phase contrast and fluorescence observation.