The University of Wollongong's (UOW) three-metre tall, one-tonne FEI ThermoFisher Titan Krios cryo-electron microscope began its working life last week.
The MultiSplit from Cairn Research is a four-way image splitting device dividing an image into two, three or four separate spatially equivalent components which can be displayed side by side on a single camera chip.
A new form of nanoparticle and associated imaging technique can detect multiple disease biomarkers, including those for breast cancer, found in deep tissue in the body.
The Thermo Scientific Lumis electron backscatter diffraction (EBSD) detector for electron microscopy is designed to help scientists, researchers and engineers quickly identify materials and understand how the structure of a material affects its properties.
The MMI CellTools 5.0 Software Platform is designed to provide high image quality and facilitate precise sample acquisition.
The Pegasus BT 4D offers enhanced sensitivity by coupling LECO's benchtop Pegasus BT time-of-flight mass spectrometer with its high-performance GCxGC thermal modulation system.
ELITechGroup's Aerospray Hematology Pro, Gram and TB automated slide stainers are suitable for Microbiology, Haematolgy and Cytology clinical laboratories as they are designed to save time and reagents, and can be adjusted to a wide range of staining requirements.
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 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 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.