Combining dual views with dual detection channels, the QuVi SPIM light-sheet microscope enables large-scale imaging of living samples.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has announced plans to open multiple Global Customer Solution Centers.
The Thermo Scientific VetDrugs Explorer Collection is a single-provider LC-MS/MS-based solution that enables the quantitation required to meet current regulatory standards of more than 160 veterinary drugs in analytically challenging sample matrices.
The automated medical image analysis program, designed to detect tumours, employs the movement and style of a retro video game to examine the breast area.
A new $5 million Hitachi HF5000 200 kV Transmission Electron Microscope at UQ can see objects smaller than the very smallest atom.
More than 2000 of the world's top scientific brains are in Sydney this week for the 19th International Microscopy Congress (IMC19) in Sydney.
The system uses photoacoustic tomography to improve diagnosis of life-threatening diseases.
The Eclipse Ti2 delivers a 25 mm FOV suitable for large-scale and high-throughput imaging. Complemented by the latest large-format CMOS cameras, this extended view is designed to increase data capture and achieve full system-level imaging effortlessly.
The Thermo Scientific Phenom Pharos desktop scanning electron microscope (SEM) includes a field emission gun (FEG) source to deliver crisp, high-brightness images.
Chemically modified DNA aptamers have been used as protein markers, enhancing the power of super-resolution fluorescence microscopy as an imaging tool.
UTS researchers say new research holds the potential to see deeper into tissues to detect the biomarkers that are the very origins of disease.
The University of Wollongong's (UOW) three-metre tall, one-tonne FEI ThermoFisher Titan Krios cryo-electron microscope began its working life last week.
The MultiSplit from Cairn Research is a four-way image splitting device dividing an image into two, three or four separate spatially equivalent components which can be displayed side by side on a single camera chip.
A new form of nanoparticle and associated imaging technique can detect multiple disease biomarkers, including those for breast cancer, found in deep tissue in the body.