Scientifica's Hyperscope is a multiphoton imaging system that enables simultaneous two-photon microscopy and photoactivation in either in vitro or in vivo samples.
The OASIS Implant system, by Mightex, is a micro-endoscopic system that is capable of doing deep-brain, simultaneous, all-optical recording and manipulation of neural circuit activity with cellular resolution for in vivo live animal experiments.
Eye-screening technology developed by CSIRO will allow diabetics to have their eyes tested by a GP, removing unnecessary referrals to a specialist.
Melbourne researchers have developed a way to radically miniaturise a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machine using atomic-scale quantum computer technology.
The Retiga ELECTRO CCD Camera from QImaging is a 1.4 MP, cooled monochrome camera with 75% peak QE designed specifically for the imaging challenges associated with electrophysiology research applications and fluorescence imaging.
Cirdan has announced the PathLite Compact + VividPath PACS, a purpose-built system designed specifically for gross imaging within clinical laboratories.
The Jenoptik PROGRES GRYPHAX ultrahigh-resolution microscopy cameras are equipped with highly sensitive CMOS sensors up to 20 MP for good image quality, brilliant colour reproduction and fast live images in full HD.
The Optical Activation, Stimulation and Imaging System (OASIS) by Mightex Systems is a suitable imaging and illumination solution for in vivo optogenetics, photostimulation and photoactivation experiments on live animals.
The SkyScan 1276 microCT combines high resolution, speed, accessibility and other innovations to improve in vivo scanning of small laboratory animals and of in vitro biological samples in preclinical studies.
Researchers have revealed that they can 'see' emotional states in the human brain using magnetic resonance imaging — even when their subjects are just letting their minds wander.
The ImageXpress Micro Confocal High-Content Imaging System, from Molecular Devices, enables the capture of publication-grade images with a wide range of objective lenses.
The ImageXpress Micro 4 High-Content Imaging System, from Molecular Devices, has an agile design that allows users to boost their research. The system is said to be faster than ever, while also providing the option to upgrade to confocal in the future to align with users' research needs.
Irish researchers have devised a new scanning technique that produces high-resolution 3D images of bones without exposing patients to X-ray radiation.
The LactiCyte from Page and Pederson provides somatic cell counts for fresh and preserved cow, goat, sheep and buffalo milk in a test time of less than 60 s.
Scientific CMOS (sCMOS) is a breakthrough technology with features suitable for high-fidelity, quantitative scientific measurement. Andor's Zyla and Neo cameras offer 4.2 and 5.5 MP formats.