Thorlabs has announced the release of its 2.1 MP Quantalux sCMOS Camera, based on a high‐performance 1 e‐ read‐noise imager. Suitable for demanding imaging applications, the monochrome sensor can image the full frame (1920 x 1080) at 50 fps with 16-bit resolution and offers a peak quantum efficiency of 61% at 600 nm.
Scientists have developed a glow-in-the-dark biosensor mouse that gives a real-time readout of the rapidly changing 'skeleton' within cells in living tissues, enabling the researchers to watch cells respond dynamically to their surrounding environment.
Researchers have demonstrated a way to detect and image electronic spins non-invasively with ambient sensitivities and resolution orders of magnitude never before achieved.
The InCellis Cell Imager, from Bertin Instruments, is an all-in-one cell imager developed to generate publication-quality images of cells on tissue slides or in cell culture.
Researchers have developed an imaging technique that can help assess the quality of early-stage embryos.
The Nanoimager from Oxford Nanoimaging represents a revolution in single-molecule imaging, according to the company. Offering super-resolution capabilities in a compact, benchtop system, the Nanoimager is claimed to be a game changer for high-resolution imaging.
The ChemiDoc MP Imaging System is designed for multiplex fluorescent western blotting. With triplex acquisition, the product can detect up to three proteins simultaneously to gain more data per sample and minimise stripping and reprobing.
The Photometrics Evolve 512 Delta EMCCD high-speed imaging camera was specifically designed for super-resolution applications such as STORM, PALM and GSD.
The TRiCAM, from Lambert Instruments, is a compact intensified camera designed for scientific and industrial applications that require low-light imaging.
SPOT Imaging has released the RT sCMOS cooled camera with Sony's Pregius technology to address the high imaging demands of life-science professionals.
OncoRes Medical, established to develop an imaging tool to improve the outcome of breast cancer surgery, will receive up to $6 million of venture capital investment from the Medical Research Commercialisation Fund (MRCF).
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.