The X-Light V3 Confocal Imager from Crest Optics is a full-spectrum spinning disk confocal imager that attaches to most major models of inverted or upright fluorescence microscopes.
The ECLIPSE Ei educational microscope features a streamlined design focused on intuitive operation and, combined with the Online Guide providing quick and easy access to tutorials, removes the learning barrier for first-time users.
The Thermo Scientific Tundra Cryo-TEM uses artificial intelligence (AI), guided automation and loader technology to simplify use, extending cryo-EM to researchers of any experience level.
The ACRF Centre for Intravital Imaging of Niches for Cancer Immune Therapy is set to address why some cancer patients respond to immunotherapies while others do not.
The Thermo Scientific Axia ChemiSEM is a floor-model scanning electron microscope (SEM) designed to bring speed and simplicity to materials micro-structural analysis and defect discovery.
The CytoSMART Lux3 FL is a small live-cell imaging microscope equipped with one brightfield and two fluorescent channels.
The Magnificent Mobile Microscope collection has helped researchers further scientific understanding of the Megaselia Rondani genus, which belongs to the phorid fly family.
The FemtoFiber ultra series of compact laser systems, by TOPTICA, provide femtosecond pulses with high average power in the near-infrared range with good beam quality.
SCHOTT's VisiLED UV Ring Light for stereo microscopes combines classic bright-field illumination with UV illumination.
The instrument allows materials scientists to discover and design new materials and analyse their structures and properties. Ease of use and advanced automation capabilities enable users with limited experience to obtain expert-level results.
The Thermo Scientific Apreo 2 scanning electron microscope (SEM) offers easy-to-obtain nanometre-scale information at a range of working distances and operating conditions.
US and Hong Kong researchers have used a novel high-speed microscope to record the electrical signals in the neurons of an alert mouse.
The Nanoscan SP range of Piezo-driven stages from Prior Scientific delivers high positioning performance and fast recovery between Z stacks.
Built for a wide range of uses, from metals and battery characterisation to structural biology, the instrument is suitable for labs that conduct both materials and life science research.
Scientifica's range of in vivo micromanipulators have the ability to be mounted onto most manufacturers' stereotaxic frames and are suitable for microinjection, electrophysiology or viral injection experiments.