The XPERT TOC/TNb analyser, from Trace Elemental Instruments, is a robust, all-in-one elemental combustion analyser that measures total organic carbon and total bound nitrogen concentrations simultaneously from a single injection.
Thermo Scientific's Orbitrap Exploris 480 is a compact benchtop mass spectrometer that unlocks the power of an advanced differential ion mobility interface option and internal standard-triggered methods, to deliver high levels of performance in high-throughput laboratory environments.
The Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Eclipse Tribrid mass spectrometer is suitable not only for native omics and translational research, but also for the structural and biopharmaceutical analysis of intact proteins and their complexes.
The ORBITAL-100 Ring-TIRF system for total internal reflection fluorescence, from Visitron Systems, is a compact unit based on high-speed 2D galvo that drives the Ring-TIRF illumination.
Using specialised colour imaging, cameras will measure amyloid beta in the retina many years before symptoms of Alzheimer's disease appear.
BioTek Instruments announces a wide field of view (FOV) camera option for the Cytation 5 Cell Imaging Multi-Mode Reader. The wide FOV camera captures approximately four times the area compared to Cytation 5's standard camera, allowing users to capture larger areas of interest with fewer images.
When running assays on a cell imaging system, microplate reader or flow cytometer, can you be sure you are getting the whole truth?
Chemists have discovered a novel mechanism in catalysis, allowing the synthesis of certain alcohols in a cheaper and more environmentally friendly way than ever before.
Whole-body MRI could reduce the time it takes to diagnose the stage of colorectal and non-small cell lung cancer in new patients, according to two prospective trials with nearly 500 patients.
Researchers have tailored the structure of graphene-oxide layers to mimic the hourglass shape of biological channels, creating ultrathin membranes to rapidly separate chemical mixtures.
Researchers in South Korea and Singapore have developed a chemical probe that enables live imaging of a type of immune cells in the brain, known as microglia, in a live animal brain.
Livecyte uses a modality called ptychography, which enables quantitative label-free live cell analysis of single and multiple cell types in heterogeneous cell populations.