Scientists have developed an ultrafast laser camera that can create videos with a record-fast speed of 12.5 billion images per second.
CoolLED's pE-400 is a simple, bright white light microscopy illumination system and a controllable replacement for mercury and metal halide lamps, making it a good choice for clean, green labs.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has launched two wet chemistry analysers that deliver fully automated, US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-compliant testing for environmental, agricultural and industrial testing labs.
Refeyn has announced its SamuxMP Auto mass photometer, designed to reduce manual operation time while increasing reproducibility in adeno-associated virus (AAV) characterisation.
The CELENA X High Content Imaging System with integrated Cell Analyzer software can provide a reproducible and quantitative method to study 3D cell models.
The intelligent analyser is designed to precisely measure oil over a wide range of 0 to 30 ppm (mg/L) and can be factory preconfigured to measure oil in multiple ranges or easily set in the field.
Available on the ZenoTOF 7600 system, the process provides a digital record of a sample that can enable researchers to discover more potential biomarkers to be used in the development of clinical tests and in the discovery of new therapies.
Organic-based materials could transform X-ray imaging by improving fabrication methods and providing reliable high-resolution imaging results.
The technique, dubbed coherent correlation imaging (CCI), allows for the creation of sharp, detailed movies without damaging the sample by excessive radiation.
The CELENA S Digital Imaging System is an all-in-one imaging and data analysis instrument that can replace the complex set-up of traditional fluorescence microscopes, extensive imaging equipment, computers and image analysis software.
A chemical sensor endowed with artificial intelligence can learn to detect certain gases in the air with high sensitivity and selectivity.
Microfluidic modulation spectroscopy (MMS) is a new technique that should make it easier to exploit the inherent advantages of IR spectroscopy for measurements of secondary structure.
IonOpticks' Aurora Frontier UHPLC column has been designed with the goal of revolutionising the field of proteomics, achieving more than 10,000 proteins per sample.