Analytical instrumentation

Mightex OASIS Macro mesoscope for optical imaging and optogenetics

30 January, 2024 | Supplied by: SciTech Pty Ltd

The OASIS Macro is a mesoscope for all-optical targeted optogenetics, calcium imaging and intrinsic imaging procedures.

Microscopy technique reveals the secrets of lipid synthesis

30 January, 2024

Researchers have developed a technique dubbed two-colour infrared photothermal microscopy, designed to investigate neutral lipids within lipid droplets of living cells.

New tools to diagnose traumatic brain injury, predict recovery

25 January, 2024

A novel diagnostic device detects TBI by shining a laser into the eye, while an advanced imaging technique has been used to predict recovery in children.

Teledyne Photometrics Retiga E9 CMOS scientific camera

24 January, 2024 | Supplied by: SciTech Pty Ltd

The Retiga E9 CMOS camera from Teledyne Photometrics can capture exposures from tens of microseconds up to 60 min.

A gentle X-ray imaging method for small living specimens

11 January, 2024

Researchers have developed an X-ray imaging method that uses radiation more efficiently and produces images of micrometre resolution.

Sydney Uni team to develop quantum tech for health applications

18 December, 2023

The team is aiming to use quantum tech to create new molecules that can treat skin cancers or improve sunscreens.

Identifying wine based on chemical signature

11 December, 2023

By applying AI tools to existing data, researchers have successfully identified the chemical mark of red wines from seven major estates in the Bordeaux region.

Refeyn KaritroMP macro mass photometer

07 December, 2023 | Supplied by: NewSpec Pty Ltd

KaritroMP is a benchtop instrument allowing for the characterisation of large viral vectors, including adenovirus vectors (AdVs) and lentivirus vectors (LVVs).

Andor ZL41 Cell sCMOS camera

01 December, 2023 | Supplied by: Coherent Scientific Pty Ltd

ZL41 Cell is the next generation in the Zyla sCMOS series from Andor, making it possible to transform a normal fluorescence microscope into a super-resolution microscope.

Microscopy technique visualises 'traffic jams' inside cells

01 December, 2023

A novel label-free microscopy technique enables real-time tracking of intracellular cargo movement within living cells without the need for traditional fluorescent labelling.

Brain imaging used to diagnose hearing impairment in infants

28 November, 2023

Non-invasive brain imaging has helped researchers to diagnose hearing impairments in infants and prescribe the most effective treatment as early as possible.

New form of microscopy utilises evanescent waves

23 November, 2023

The new form of microscopy can probe details in an object's surface, like the distribution of a material's lattice and electron temperatures, with nanoscale precision.

Doherty Institute joins CEPI's Centralised Laboratory Network

13 November, 2023

CEPI's Centralised Laboratory Network is understood to be the largest global group dedicated to the standardised testing of epidemic and pandemic vaccines.

Physicists achieve superlensing without a superlens

08 November, 2023

Physicists have managed to achieve superlensing with minimal losses — breaking through the diffraction limit by a factor of nearly four times — by removing the superlens altogether.

Electrical 'switch' used to control chemical reactions

01 November, 2023

Researchers have succeeded in activating an organic chemical reaction with a simple electric field. To do this, they designed an electrochemical microfluidic reactor.

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