Researchers have designed a fluid that works like a luminous ink to obtain very sharp images of damaged tissues, organs and cartilages in diagnostic tests.
Built for a wide range of uses, from metals and battery characterisation to structural biology, the instrument is suitable for labs that conduct both materials and life science research.
The Analytik Jena ScanDrop2 is a UV/Vis spectrophotometer specially designed for the analysis of microlitre samples from 0.3 µL up to 2 mL.
The Thermo Scientific Gemini Analyzer, now with LowDoseID, specifically addresses the rising trend of low-concentration amounts of illicit substances.
Scientists have developed a new method of observing chemical reactions, using nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy with an unusual twist: there is no magnetic field.
Researchers have designed and validated a low-cost 3D-printed device that, when connected to a smartphone, makes it possible to conduct chemical analyses.
Scientists have developed an ultrastable, selective catalyst to dehydrogenate propane without deactivation, even at temperatures of more than 600°C.
A new microscope is said to generate far less noise than customary designs, and its compactness and stability make it suitable for use in hospital operating rooms.
By reducing the beam diameter of an X-ray free-electron laser to 6 nm, researchers bring the utility of these lasers for imaging structures closer to the atomic level.
Researchers have developed a novel method for extracting enzymes from bacteria, opening up a new avenue for the enzymatic production of biodiesel.