IKM Instrutek's TC65 calibrator features a touch display and an extended calibration interval of up to three years.
The fluorescence version was designed to help scientists gain greater insight into their experiments while reducing the amount of time spent on manual labour.
Researchers have found a way to make the smallest objects clearly visible without fluorescence, thanks to a process called 'rotating coherent scattering'.
The bounds of research microscopy are rapidly expanding while individual lab budgets are shrinking.
Waters has introduced the Xevo TQ Absolute benchtop tandem mass spectrometer, designed to help pharmaceutical, food and beverage, and environmental analytical laboratories meet regulations requiring trace-level quantitative mass spectrometry analyses.
It's not always easy to be sure that drugs and supplements with twisted (chiral) structures are turning in the correct direction.
The Waters Intact Mass app on waters_connect allows scientists using the BioAccord LC-MS System to confirm the mass of biomolecules and impurities made by synthetic or recombinant processes.
The new approach should accelerate imaging-based research in the lab by allowing investigators to capture images of blood vessels at different spatial scales.
4DMedical has unveiled its XV Scanner — claimed to be the world's first dedicated lung scanner — at the Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney.
The NaioSTM, by Nanosurf, is a scanning tunnelling microscope that offers easy entry into the world of atoms.
Researchers have produced an efficient, robust and flexible scintillation film to bring significant improvements in medical, industrial and security X-ray imaging.
Measurement of dozens of types of fats in the blood can predict the risk of developing type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease years in the future.