Cell Guidance Systems has released the Exo-spin 96 for the purification of exosomes from blood and other samples, allowing researchers to purify exosome samples in the standard 96-well plate format.
The ACRF Centre for Intravital Imaging of Niches for Cancer Immune Therapy is set to address why some cancer patients respond to immunotherapies while others do not.
Smiths Detection's IONSCAN 600 is a portable trace detector used at airports, ports and borders, prisons and defence facilities to detect and identify a wide range of military, commercial and homemade explosives threats, as well as common illegal/controlled narcotics.
The Thermo Scientific Axia ChemiSEM is a floor-model scanning electron microscope (SEM) designed to bring speed and simplicity to materials micro-structural analysis and defect discovery.
The CytoSMART Lux3 FL is a small live-cell imaging microscope equipped with one brightfield and two fluorescent channels.
The contrast agent enables real-time visualisation and detection of the size and amount of amyloid beta in the brain — a main hallmark of Alzheimer's disease (AD).
The Magnificent Mobile Microscope collection has helped researchers further scientific understanding of the Megaselia Rondani genus, which belongs to the phorid fly family.
PerkinElmer's QSight LC/MS/MS system, with the QSight LX50 UHPLC, has been designed to provide the capability and confidence required to analyse the most challenging samples, all in a compact, easy-to-use design.
NASA's SOFIA aircraft telescope has confirmed the presence of water on the sunlit surface of the Moon, indicating that water may be distributed across the lunar surface.
Researchers are using chemical biomarkers released by the brain immediately after a head injury occurs to pinpoint when patients need urgent medical attention.
X-ray analysis of 200 million-year-old teeth belonging to some of Earth's earliest mammals suggests they functioned more like reptiles.
A new virtual triage service, designed by MoleMap, has identified skin cancer in 12% of high-risk patients examined.
Scientists from the University of Maryland have developed a method to determine the structures of large RNA molecules at high resolution.