Analytical instrumentation

New equipment for Monash’s Protein Crystallography Unit

26 September, 2008

Monash University's Protein Crystallography Unit is being upgraded with a new automated protein crystallisation system, an imaging plate dectector and an HF X-ray source.

Imaging microscope

03 September, 2008 | Supplied by: Thermo Fisher Scientific

The Thermo Fisher Scientific Nicolet iN10 MX infrared imaging microscope enables analysts to quickly determine the identity and distribution of chemical species within complex structures and random mixtures on a microscopic scale.

Bio atomic force microscope

03 September, 2008 | Supplied by:

The JPK NanoWizard II atomic force microscope (AFM) is designed to maximise stability, performance, ease of handling with samples in fluid and for full integration with optical microscopy.

Small imaging systems

01 September, 2008 | Supplied by: Bio-Strategy Pty Ltd

CRi’s imaging solutions may be used to reveal hidden signals and structures in biological samples. Signals are detected, distinguished and quantitated with sensitivity and resolution.

Decoding DaVinci

08 August, 2008

NMR is being used to non-invasively map the layers of paint in old masterpieces.

New dimensions of fluorescence microscopy

07 August, 2008 | Supplied by: Leica Microsystems Pty Ltd

The Leica M205 FA stereomicroscope is suitable for demanding fluorescence applications in developmental, molecular and cellular biology.

SPOT Idea Digital microscopy cameras

07 August, 2008 | Supplied by:

The SPOT Idea Digital Cameras are high-performance, value-packed, low-cost digital imaging systems for researchers, pathologists, scientists and engineers.

Microwave reaction system

01 August, 2008 | Supplied by: Ai Scientific Pty Ltd

Up to 40 high-pressure vessels per run can be processed with the MarsXpress High-Throughput Microwave Reaction System from CEM. MarsXpress offers intelligent and adaptive continuous temperature and pressure feedback control for all vessels all the time without the need for temperature and pressure connections.

Chiral HPLC/SFC columns

01 August, 2008 | Supplied by: Phenomenex Australia

The Lux line of polysaccharide-based columns is suitable for the identification and resolution of enantiomers. Lux columns are offered with two chiral stationary phases (CSPs), both of which use coated derivatised cellulose as the chiral selector.

CCD microscopy camera

01 August, 2008 | Supplied by: SciTech Pty Ltd

The Lumenera InfinityX-32 pixel shifting camera has been specifically designed for users in the clinical, life and material science fields. This camera offers 32 megapixel resolution, high sensitivity, 12-bit data and low noise levels.

ICP sample introduction accessory

01 August, 2008 | Supplied by: Glass Expansion Pty Ltd

The Assist is an automated standalone accessory that is synchronised with the spectrometer and autosampler of an ICP-OES or ICP-MS instrument system.

Twin lasers improve precision measurement

25 July, 2008

The twin laser technology, developed by physicists from ANU and Laboratoire Kastler Brossel in Paris in the laboratories of the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Quantum-Atom Optics at ANU, may dramatically improve precision measurement ranging from atomic to outer-space applications.

32 megapixel CCD microscopy camera

06 July, 2008 | Supplied by:

The Lumenera INFINITYX-32 offers flexibility in capturing images at 2, 8, 16 and 32 megapixel resolution. Using the DeltaVu technology, each CCD pixel captures full chromatic information, resulting in increased colour resolution with no degradation.

Quality control spectrometer

01 July, 2008 | Supplied by: Thermo Fisher Scientific

Thermo Fisher Scientific has unveiled its DXR SmartRaman spectrometer, the first Raman analyser designed specifically for quality control laboratory.

Isotope ratio monitoring GC/MS

01 July, 2008 | Supplied by: Thermo Fisher Scientific

The GC IsoLink makes isotope ratio monitoring GC/MS (irm-GC/MS) as easy to perform as GC/MS. Scientists, laboratory managers and operators can now routinely use isotope analysis to unravel unique information about the history and origin of compounds separated by gas chromatography (GC).

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