Flexible spheres of the biomolecule chitosan, made from shrimp waste, can be used for catalysts that generate hydrogen gas from borohydride salts.
The automated microscope scanning and analysis system will help to provide patients with faster and more accurate pathology results.
The Atellica CI Analyzer for immunoassay and clinical chemistry testing has received FDA clearance and is now available in many of the world's major markets.
The Evolve 16 is a high-resolution, back-illuminated EMCCD camera from Teledyne Imaging providing the highest sensitivity in the Evolve range for low-light applications such as single molecule imaging, TIRF microscopy and more.
Due to the detrimental health effects of asbestos, precise and dependable analytical methods are required to identify and measure its presence.
The Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Astral mass spectrometer combines fast throughput, high sensitivity and deep proteome coverage to allow researchers to uncover proteins that previously evaded detection.
A new technology has been deployed to quite literally shed further light on an age-old question: what are the origins of life on Earth?
Scientists have demonstrated that a terahertz wave camera can capture 3D images of microscopic items hidden inside small objects, in what is reported to be a world first.
Japanese researchers claim to have developed the world's fastest camera capable of detecting fluorescence from single molecules.
The instrument combines the Waters enhanced desorption electrospray ionisation (DESI) XS source with the Xevo TQ Absolute system to enable targeted preclinical MS imaging experiments.
Researchers have created a fluid mechanics-based chamber design for an electronic nose that can detect volatile organic compounds (VOCs) at low concentrations.
With the ability to measure Raman spectra in the fingerprint and high-frequency regions, the devices allow for the analysis of the chemical composition of both solid and liquid samples.