The quest to find high-resolution intracellular imaging techniques that do not require any expression of artificial genes has led to the upsurge in development of unlabelled techniques. One such field is that of quantitative phase imaging.
Andor Technology has released the ultrasensitive Sona back-illuminated camera for fluorescence microscopy. Featuring 95% quantum efficiency and vacuum cooling down to -45°C, Sona provides good sCMOS sensitivity.
The Thermo Scientific TriPlus 500 Gas Chromatography Headspace Autosampler is a static headspace sampling system that is expected to provide high productivity and fast analysis for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) across all sample types.
The University of Sydney recently expanded its surface science capabilities with the installation of a Thermo Scientific K-Alpha+ X-ray Photoelectron Spectrometer (XPS).
Scientifica introduces the SliceScope — a stable, compact and slimline upright microscope. Its modular and versatile design enables it to be used for a range of neuroscience techniques.
Australian scientists have reported an advanced imaging technique that allows the condition of joint cartilage to be examined — right down to a molecular level.
The Thermo Scientific Nicolet Summit FTIR spectrometer is designed to deliver reproducible data for quality control (QC), quality assurance (QA) and teaching laboratories.
Electron micrographs provide a highly detailed view of structures relating to winemaking, revealing features that are largely invisible to winemakers and wine lovers alike.
The XD series of spectrophotometers from Lovibond are suitable for routine water analysis, especially spectral analysis. The XD 7000 and XD 7500 UV and UV/VIS devices can be used for disinfectant control, wastewater and raw water treatment, drinking water treatment, the analysis of boiler and cooling water or for pool water control, and swimming pool water treatment.
A new map of the brain's immune system reveals that the phagocytes in the brain — the so-called microglia — all have the same core signature but adapt in different ways depending on their function.
Luxendo's MuVi-SPIM is a single plane illumination microscope designed to facilitate rapid in-toto fluorescence imaging of biological specimens with subcellular resolution.
Aurox unity is an all-in-one, compact, laser-free confocal microscope system designed for high-resolution confocal images comparable to those of significantly larger confocal microscopy systems.
Multiple scattering limits the contrast in optical imaging of thick specimens. Gradient light interference microscopy (GLIM) is a quantitative phase imaging (QPI) technique that can address this issue.