Researchers have created a quantum microscope that can reveal biological structures that would otherwise be impossible to see.
The Waters Arc Premier System is a liquid chromatography system optimised for chromatographic separations on 2.5–3.5 µm columns.
The fluorescence live-cell imaging systems are suitable for comparative studies, with the ability to directly compare fluorescently labelled cell cultures.
Researchers have developed an electronic nose with an artificial sense of smell that can be used to achieve a quick and objective discrimination of mint scents.
Designed as a versatile solution for a range of applications, the product delivers nitrogen at flow rates ranging from 10–520 L/min and purity between 95–99.5%, depending on flow rate.
The imaging methodology combines position emission tomography (PET) with an external motion tracking device to create highly detailed images of the brain.
The Waters SELECT SERIES MRT is a high-resolution mass spectrometer that combines multi reflecting time-of-flight (MRT) technology with both DESI and MALDI imaging sources.
The validated IC-MS/MS workflow enables reproducible quantitation of target HAAs in drinking water per EPA method 557, determining all relevant analytes in water samples in 35 min.
A new technology improves the resolution of an ordinary light microscope so that it can be used to directly observe finer structures and details in living cells.
The Precision Hydrogen SL, Peak Scientific's hydrogen gas generator for GC-FID, has been recognised for its compact size, ease of use and safety features.
Spanish researchers have developed a new device that enables the fast detection of gluten through a simple signalling process.
The sensor can detect threats at the molecular level — whether it's explosive materials, particles from a potentially deadly virus or illegal drugs.
Researchers have identified the differences between the fingerprints of people who have touched cocaine compared with those who have ingested the drug.
The ability to perform traceable humidity calibrations of probes in-house is being brought within the reach of more users, with the help of a package offered by Michell Instruments.