The Livecyte imaging and cell analysis system from Phasefocus employs ptychographic quantitative phase imaging (QPI). This technology leverages phase shift information to generate high-contrast cell images under low levels of light intensity.
The Shimadzu LCMS-9030 is a research-grade mass spectrometer designed to deliver high-resolution, accurate-mass detection with fast data acquisition rates, allowing scientists to identify and quantify compounds with confidence.
The MESO QuickPlex SQ 120 instrument has increased the accessibility of researchers and scientists to Meso Scale Discovery's (MSD) multi-array technology.
The tiny bubbles, known as liposomes, are commonly used in pharmacology to encapsulate drugs, making them more effective in the treatment of disease.
Researchers have developed a new system that can detect and analyse molecules with very high precision and without needing bulky equipment.
TissueFAXS PLUS from TissueGnostics is an upright fluorescence and brightfield microscope system for the scanning and analysis of slides, cytospins, smears and tissue microarrays.
Melbourne scientists have taken a significant step towards developing a new vaccine for malaria with the help of cryo-EM (cryo-electron microscopy) technology.
A new microscope system can image living tissue in real time and in molecular detail, without any chemicals or dyes.
The Acquifer imaging machine is a fully automated microscopy system for small model organisms and cell-based screening applications.
The EM N2 1024 back-illuminated EMCCD camera by Nüvü Camēras is a fully customisable EMCCD camera for optimal performance and offers a high signal-to-noise ratio for photon counting in low-light imaging applications.
A research collaboration headed by a Monash chemist has received a US patent for a diagnostic technique that could deliver a more accurate test for malaria.